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After learning all that he could about film in London, Abaya returned to the Philippines to set up the family’s own movie production outfit, Cine Filipinas, Inc.
After two years of college in the University of Santo Tomas, he went to England and took up a diploma course in filmmaking at the London International Film School.
He received the Natatanging Gawad Urian in 1983 for his outstanding contributions to Philippine cinema, and the Film Academy Achievement Award in 1992. Pareja ACTORS WORKSHOP FOUNDATION (AWF) A nonstock, nonprofit foundation, the AWF aims to provide training to actors through workshops.
He studied at De La Salle Greenhills from grade school to high school.
Abaya and Catalina Roxas, he is married to movie director Marilou Diaz-Abaya with whom he has two children.
Within the span of 55 years that he worked in Philippine movies, Accion was cinematographer to the best film directors in the industry, including Gregorio Fernandez, Eddie Romero, Lamberto V. He worked on such films as No Place To Hide, 1955; Kundiman ng Lahi (Kundiman of the Race) and Surrender, Hell, 1959; Blackburn’s Guerillas and Cry Freedom, 1960; Tagumpay ng Mahirap (The Diosdado Macapagal Story), 1964; Ibulong Mo Sa Hangin (Whisper in the Wind), 1967; Mariposang Dagat (Sea Butterfly), 1977; Sino’ng Pipigil Sa Pagpatak ng Ulan? Accion was elevated to the Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences (FAMAS) Hall of Fame for his pictures: Anak Dalita (The Ruins), 1956; Badjao and Walang Sugat (Not Wounded), 1957; El Filibusterismo (Subversion), 1962; and Ang Daigdig ng mga Api (World of the Oppressed), 1965.
From the Asian Film Festival, he received the best cinematography award twice: the first time for Anak Dalita when it swept all the awards including best picture, and the second time for Badjao, when his work was singled out as best photography in black and white.