Frencheska Farr was named Outstanding Dramatic Actress at the Micheaux Film Festival. The former Kapuso actress and singer won for her performance in the short film “Harana.”
The ‘Are You The Next Big Star?’ singer just shared a photo of her award on Instagram. She dedicated her win to “the Filipino people and everyone fighting the good fight.”
Frencheska also said a big thank you to the team behind “Harana,” and all her friends, family, and loved ones who supported her from the beginning.
Read the full post below:
Beyond grateful 🙂 Here’s me celebrating and basking in this wonderful awesome and inspiring moment 🙏🏽
Thank you to @micheauxfilmfest for this recognition, really means so much for me to be able to share our stories and not only to be able to move people through our art, but also to spark change for the betterment of all.
Thank you to my Harana family, our director Marie Jamora, producers Matthew Keene Smith Jason McLagan for trusting me and believing in me.
To my family, friends, and everyone who has supported me from the beginning, you know who you are, THANK YOU ALL SO MUCH.
This is dedicated to the Filipino people and everyone fighting the good fight. Keep shining your light! Beyond grateful. I LOVE YOU ALL
“Harana” is about a homesick Las Vegas lounge singer trying to connect with her daughter growing up back in the Philippines.
In fact, the short film by Marie Jamora aims to shed light on overseas Filipino workers in the US.
Moreover, “Harana” also took home the Micheaux Film Festival award for Outstanding Music.