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Hong Kong Film Awards 2011: Winners: GALLANTS, CONFUCIUS, IP MAN 2


Gallants, ConfuciusIp Man 2, and the other winners of the 2011 Hong Kong Film Awards have been announced. The 30th Annual Hong Kong Film Awards, “founded in 1982, are the most prestigious film awards in Hong Kong and among the most respected in mainland China and Taiwan. Award ceremonies are held annually, typically in April. The Awards recognize achievement in all aspects of filmmaking, such as directing, screenwriting, acting and cinematography. The awards are the Hong Kong equivalent to the American Oscars and the British BAFTAS.” The awards were handed out on April 17, 2011 at the Hong Kong Cultural Center. “The ceremony was hosted by Teresa Mo, Vincent Kuk, and Lawrence Cheng.” The full listing of the 2011 Hong Kong Film Award winners is below.

Best Film
(Gallants), produced by Lam Ka Tung

Best Director
Tsui Hark, (Detective Dee And The Mystery Of The Phantom Flame)

Best Screenplay
Pang Ho Cheung & Heiward Mak,  (Love In A Puff)

Best Actor
Nicholas Tse, (The Stool Pigeon)

Best Actress
Carina Lau, (Detective Dee And The Mystery Of The Phantom Flame)

Best Supporting Actor
Teddy Robin, (Gallants)

Best Supporting Actress
Susan Shaw, (Gallants)

Best New Performer
Hanjin Tan, (Bruce Lee, My Brother)

Best Cinematography
Peter Pau, (Confucius)

Best Film Editing
Cheung Ka Fai, (Ip Man 2)

Best Art Direction
James Choo, (Detective Dee And The Mystery Of The Phantom Flame)

Best Costume & Make Up Design
Bruce Yu Ka On, (Detective Dee And The Mystery Of The Phantom Flame)

Best Action Choreography
Sammo Hung, (Ip Man 2)

Best Original Film Score
Teddy Robin & Tommy Wai Kai Leung, (Gallants)

Best Original Film Song
Jun Kung for “Here To Stay”, (Merry-Go-Round)

Best Sound Design
Wang Danrong & Zhao Nan, (Detective Dee And The Mystery Of The Phantom Flame)

Best Visual Effects
Lee Yong Gi & Nam Sang Woo, (Detective Dee And The Mystery Of The Phantom Flame)

Best New Director
Felix Chong Man Keung, (Once A Gangster)

Best Asian Film
(Confessions), Japan

Professional Achievement Award
Willie Chan

Lifetime Achievement Award
Terry Lai

Source: Chinokino

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