|Birth Date||:||21 May 1953|
|Birth Place||:||City of Iriga, Philippines|
Nora Aunor is a Filipina actress, recording artist, and film producer. Aunor has also appeared in several stage plays, television shows and concerts. She is known as Philippine cinema's "Superstar" and is regarded as the People's National Artist.
'Merika [24 September 2014]
A woman (Nora Aunor) who has been diagnosed with dementia begins seeing a ghost from her past, a presence that is best left undisturbed.
Alkitrang Dugo [25 December 1981]
And God Smiled at Me [11 April 2020]
Isa Pang Bahaghari is a 2020 film starring Nora Aunor. It is directed by Joel Lamangan. It is one of the official entries for the 2020 Metro Manila Summer Film Festival. The official trailer was launched on October 8, 2019 at the CineBravo Facebook page.
Andrea, Paano Ba Ang Maging Isang Ina? [18 December 2012]
In the Philippines, Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo (Jeorge "ER" Estregan) unites regional factions in the battle for independence.
Annie Batungbakal [14 October 1972]
And God Smiled at Me is a 1972 family drama film produced by Sampaguita Pictures and VP pictures. It is the official entry to the 3rd Quezon City Film Festival. The movie gave Aunor her first best actress award and marks her as a dramatic actress.
Atsay [17 August 1989]
A poor farmer's daughter dreams to go to college and become a doctor; to make this possible, her father mortgages his farm to a rich land owner. The girl finishes college and becomes and takes back her father's land.
Bakit May Kahapon Pa? [25 December 1990]
Andrea, Paano Ba ang Maging Isang Ina? is a 1990 Filipino film and an official entry to the 1990 Metro Manila Film Festival. It is a story of a woman activist, who goes to the mountains to search for her husband who has been killed by the military.
Banaue: Stairway to the Sky [25 December 2016]
A powerful politician uses her position to enforce her ideal lifestyle on the people.
Barber's Tales [Mario O'Hara, Christopher de Leon]
Bilangin ang Bituin sa Langit [24 February 1999 (Philippines)]
Sidhi is a 1999 Filipino film based on Rolando Tinio's Palanca-winning teleplay, Ang Kwento ni Ah, which was expanded into a movie script by Ricardo Lee. Sidhi is the story of Ah, so called because she's mute and can only utter the first syllable of her name Anna.
Bona [19 May 2015]
Trap is a 2015 Filipino drama film directed by Brillante Mendoza and starring Nora Aunor, Julio Diaz, Lou Veloso and Aaron Rivera.
Bongga ka Day [German Moreno]
Bulaklak sa City Jail [25 December 1976 (Philippines)]
Corazon de la Cruz (Nora Aunor) is a nurse in the Philippines in pursuit of the proverbial American dream. For her grandfather, this is a betrayal to one's country but despite this and the injustices being done by American soldiers to her.
Condemned [Gerardo de Leon]
After a long search, Banaue and her tribe find a new place in the mountains to make their home. Trouble erupts when another tribe tries to take over the Banaue tribe's new territory.
Dementia [18 September 2013 (Philippines)]
Mabuti, a healer living in poverty, finds a bag full of cash and has a hard time deciding what to do with it.
El Presidente 
A young man is forced to become the breadwinner of his family when his father goes missing.
Fe, Esperanza, Caridad [25 December 1984 (Philippines)]
A pregnant woman arrested for attempted murder is sent to the Manila City Jail where she meets several women with shocking pasts.
Guy and Pip [6 August 2016]
Halimaw Sa Banga [Marcelino Navarro]
Hinulid [5 October 1975]
Alkitrang Dugo is a 1976 Filipino film based on the novel Lord of the Flies by English novelist Sir William Golding.
Huwag Hamakin: Hostess [18 October 2013]
A widow inherits the town's only barbershop from her deceased husband. When no one comes in to get a haircut, a sympathetic prostitute pressures her clients into patronizing the business.
Ibalik ang swerti [19 October 1973]
Ikaw Ay Akin [7 July 2004 (Davao City)]
A widowed judge (Nora Aunor) falls in love with a much younger cabdriver (Yul Servo).
Isa Pang Bahaghari [14 April 1973]
Justice [28 December 2002 (Japan)]
Justice is a short film by director Yukisada Isao. It stars Tsumabuki Satoshi as Tojo, Christian Storms as Mr. Robert, Ayase Haruka as Hoshi, and Arai Hirofumi as Itadaki. The movie was released by Sega/Amuse as part of the Jam Films collection.
Kabisera [6 April 2016 (Philippines)]
Miracle [6 September 2012]
A Bajau midwife copes with her infertility as she helps women in her gypsy community.
Muling Umawit ang Puso [14 September 1979]
Naglalayag [19 November 1976 (Philippines)]
World War II shatters the idyllic life of Rosario, a school teacher, and her beau Crispin, a soldier called to duty to fight against the invading Japanese army. Capt. Masugi, a Philippine-born Japanese, chances upon Rosario's house. Having too much to drink, Masugi rapes her. The spiteful Rosario becomes pregnant and angrily rejects Masugi's gifts and courtship although due to his persistence, she eventually develops a love for the Japanese officer.… MORE
Nakaw na pag-ibig [21 May 1981]
Once a Moth [24 September 1984 (Philippines)]
'Merika is a 1984 drama film directed by Gil Portes and starring Nora Aunor and Bembol Roco. Aunor portrayed the role Mila, an Overseas Filipino Worker who works as a nurse in America.
Padre de Familia [19 October 1984]
Condemned, a 1984 Filipino film, depicts the cruelty of big-city life, with a focus on Manila. The plot centers on the corruption of society and abuses of power. The film was directed by Mario O'Hara, and the screenplay was written by Jose Javier Reyes and Frank Rivera.
Paru-parung itim [25 January 1980]
Nakaw na Pag-ibig is a 1980 Filipino drama film that was as directed by an acclaimed director, Lino Brocka. The character was played by acclaimed actress Nora Aunor, and Philip Salvador The film is about an ambitious man who left his girlfriend for a more affluent woman.
Pogi [Maryo J. de los Reyes]
Rock n' Roll [21 September 2007]
Siva's father hates him since birth and leaves him with his grandparents. Years later, the father and son bond but trouble ensues when he fixes Siva's marriage while he loves another woman.
Sidhi [8 December 1978]
Horticulturist Teresita and sky-diving enthusiast Rex have been sweethearts for five years. However, things change: at a business meeting, Rex meets the vivacious but fidgety Sandra, an artist who needs tranquillisers for her nerves.
Super Gee [18 July 1980]
T-Bird at Ako [18 September 1996]
A woman (Nora Aunor) seeks revenge for the massacre of her family years earlier.
Tatlong ina, isang anak [30 April 1977]
The Flor Contemplacion Story [Eddie Garcia]
A woman leaves her poor town and goes to the city to work as a maid. She is subject to harsh treatment by her employers owing to her social status.
The Real Life of Pacita M. [2 September 1982]
A dancer who is accused of homicide, is defended by a lawyer who tries to keep their relationship professional as the latter struggles with the confusion brought about by her budding affections for the dancer.
The Story of Mabuti [25 December 1979 (Philippines)]
Ina ka ng Anak Mo is a 1979 Filipino film directed by Lino Brocka and starring Nora Aunor. The film was an official entry to the 1979 Metro Manila Film Festival, and garnered several awards including Best Actor for Raoul Aragonn and a tie for Best Actress between Lolita Rodriguez and Nora Aunor.
Three Godless Years [10 May 1974 (Philippines)]
Satan pays a visit to a dying nun in one of three stories revolving around women.
Thy Womb [2 August 2014]
A woman who works for a human trafficking agency is framed for a murder that was committed by her boss.
Tisoy! [25 August 1978]
Tuos [25 December 2016]
A couple become caught in the crossfire as the provincial government and environmentalists fight over rights to small-scale mining operations.
Whistleblower [14 October 2016]
Whore of a Mother [25 December 1991]
Ang Totoong Buhay ni Pacita M. is a 1991 Metro Manila Film Festival entry that tells the story of a singer-entertainer Pacita M. in a seedy Quezon City nightclub.
- 21 May 1953.
- City of Iriga, Philippines.