'Hello, Love, Goodbye' Has Been Nominated Best Asian Film For Australia's AACTA Awards

AACTA is Australia's equivalent of the Oscars.
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Hello, Love, Goodbye is on a roll. The movie has just been nominated Best Asian Film for the upcoming Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) event. Other countries in the running for the award are India, China, Japan, and South Korea (their entry is Parasite!).

The AACTA is Australia's equivalent of the Oscars and the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTAs). According to the AACTA website, they've been recognizing "excellence in Australian film and television" for more than 60 years. The winners of the award will be announced at the 2019 AACTA Awards Ceremony in Sydney on December 4, 2019.

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Hello, Love, Goodbye, which was Alden Richards and Kathryn Bernardo's first on-screen pairing, smashed the country's box office records when it was named the Philippines' highest-grossing film of all time in September. 

In the same month, Kathryn and Daniel Padilla were spotted getting all cozy when they took a vacay in Iceland

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Alden, on the other hand, has been busy working on his new GMA-7 teleserye The Gift, where he plays a Divisoria vendor who becomes blind and gains the ability to see the future and look back into the past.

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