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Hong Kong Film Awards: Articles


'Bodyguards and Assassins' Tops Hong Kong Film Awards

Wai Ying-Hong (a.k.a. Kara Hui), Chui Tien You in Ho Yuhang's At the End of Daybreak Teddy Chen's Bodyguards and Assassins was the big winner at the 2010 Hong Kong Film Awards, held on Sunday. Set in the early years of the 20th century, the action thriller with political undertones – and a national blockbuster ($44 million) – received a total of eight awards, including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Supporting Actor (Nicholas Tse). Other Hong Kong Film Award top winners included Best Actress Wai Ying-Hong, who plays a single mother whose son is accused of rape in At the End of Daybreak, and writer-director Alex Law, who won the Best Screenplay award for Echoes of the Rainbow, a […]


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'Bodyguards and Assassins' Tops Hong Kong Film Awards



David di Donatello Awards: Nanni Moretti & Kim Rossi Stuart

2008 David di Donatello Awards The 2008 David di Donatello: films released between April 27, 2007, and March 7, 2008. 2008 David di Donatello nominations: March 20, 2008. 2008 David di Donatello winners: April 18, 2008. best film / miglior film Caos calmo, produced by Domenico Procacci, directed by Antonello Grimaldi  Giorni e nuvole, produced by Lionello Cerri, directed by Silvio Soldini La Giusta distanza, produced by Domenico Procacci, directed by Carlo Mazzacurati La Ragazza del lago, produced by Nicola Giuliano, Francesca Cima (Indigo Film), directed by Andrea Molaioli Il Vento fa il suo giro, produced by Simone Bachini, Mario Chemello, Giorgio Diritti, directed by Giorgio Diritti best film from the European Union / miglior film dellUnione Europea 4 Months […]


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David di Donatello Awards: Nanni Moretti & Kim Rossi Stuart



Hong Kong Film Awards: Patrick Tam Comeback Movie Tops + Tiburon Festival Winners

April 15 update: Fu zi / After This Our Exile, Patrick Tam's first directorial effort in 17 years, won the top prize at the 26th Hong Kong Film Awards ceremony held tonight at the harbor front Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Tsim Sha Tsui. “Thank you for the judges' support for me,” Tam said on the stage. “… I thank all the actors and crew members and also God, who gave me such a great gift.” Tam had stopped directing movies after Sha shou hu die meng / My Heart Is That Eternal Rose in 1989. Unhappy with the way his films were turning out, Tam would spend the next 17 years working as a professor and film editor. After This […]


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Hong Kong Film Awards: Patrick Tam Comeback Movie Tops + Tiburon Festival Winners