Himala DVD now available.

APSA Viewers Choice Best Film - from Superstarstruck
Himala, the first film produced by the government film body Experimental Cinema of the Philippines (ECP) won nine of 11 awards given at the 1982 Metro Manila Filmfest. It breaks trends in local filmmaking by featuring only one known actress in the cast with support from unknown television and legit stage performers.

It won for Nora Aunor Best Actress at the Metro Manila film fest and missed the Best Actress award at the Berlin Film Fest by only one vote.

At the local awards derby, Nora's outstanding performance was largely ignored, giving her arch- rival Vilma Santos the grand slam win that year for her movie Relasyon.

Joel David, a local film critic, recognizes Nora's performance as the performance of the period. See link below for the related article. 
Performances of the age article, click here.
One of the 10 Best Films of the past three decades - Urian Silver Anniversary
Himala Movie Reviews
Himala - Variety
Photos from Ricky Lee's book Si Tatang at mga Himala ng Panahon
Himala - The Urian Anthology
Jojo Devera's Article on Himala
Himala Revisited
More Himala Pictures:
Gallery One

Gallery Two    Gallery Three
Stark Realism in Bernal Film
More Himala info, click here.
More Himala from Superstarstruck