′The Grandmaster′ wins big at HKFA

Chinese actress Carina Lau (L) looks on as director Wong Kar-wai delivers a speech on receiving the Best Director Award for "The Grandmaster" at the 33rd Hong KongFilm Awards in Hong Kong, April 13, 2014. Photo: Xinhua

Wong Kar-wai′s kungfu epic "The Grandmaster" was the biggest winner at the 33rd Hong Kong Film Awards, held on the night of April 13, as the film took home 12 awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Actress.

Here′s the complete list of winners.

Best Film: The Grandmaster

Best Director: Wong Kar-wai (The Grandmaster)

Best Screenplay: Zou Jingzhi, Xu Haofeng, Wong Kar-wai (The Grandmaster)

Best Actor: Nick Cheung Ka-fai (Unbeatable)

Best Actress:

(The Grandmaster)

Best Supporting Actor: Zhang Jin (The Grandmaster)

Best Supporting Actress: Kara Wai Ying-hung (Rigor Mortis)

Best New Performer: Babyjohn Choi (The Way We Dance)

Best Cinematography: Philippe Le Sourd (The Grandmaster)

Best Film Editing: William Chang Suk-ping, Benjamin Courtines, Poon Hung-yiu (The Grandmaster)

Best Art Direction: William Chang Suk-ping & Alfred Yau Wai-ming (The Grandmaster)

Best Costume & Make Up Design: William Chang Suk-ping (The Grandmaster)

Best Action Choreography: Yuen Wo-ping (The Grandmaster)

Best Original Film Score: Shigeru Umebayashi & Nathaniel Mechaly (The Grandmaster)

Best Original Film Song: DoughBoy & Shimica Wong (The Way We Dance)

Best Sound Design: Robert Mackenzie、Traithep Wongpaiboon (The Grandmaster)

Best Visual Effects: Enoch Chan (Rigor Mortis)

Best New Director: Adam Wong (The Way We Dance)

Best Film From Mainland And Taiwan: So Young

 

 

 

Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi accepts Best Actress Award for her role in "The Grandmaster" at the 33rd Hong Kong Film Awards on April 13, 2014.

Chinese director Wong Kar-wai (L) delivers a speech as he and his crew receive the Best Film Award for "The Grandmaster" at the 33rd Hong Kong Film Awards on April 13, 2014.

 

 

 

Chinese actor Nick Cheung Kafai accepts Best Actor Award for his role in "Unbeatable" at the 33rd Hong Kong Film Awards on April 13, 2014.

Chinese actor Babyjohn Choi accepts Best New Performer Award for his role in "The Way We Dance" at the 33rd Hong Kong Film Awards on April 13, 2014.

Chinese director Adam Wong accepts Best New Director Award for his film "The Way We Dance" at the 33rd Hong Kong Film Awards on April 13, 2014.

Chinese actor Zhang Jin poses with wife and actress Ada Choi as he accepts Best Supporting Actor award for his role in "The Grandmaster" at the 33rd Hong Kong Film Awards on April 13, 2014.


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