“Mission Gutenberg” took house all the large prizes on the Hong Kong Movie Awards on Sunday, together with greatest movie, greatest script and greatest director for writer-director Felix Chong. In whole the counterfeiting thriller collected seven prizes, having been nominated in 17 classes.
The movie’s star Chow Yun-fat was overwhelmed to the performing prize by Anthony Wong, who was a 3rd time winner, this time with “Nonetheless Human,” a movie in regards to the relationship between a disabled man and his helper. “Nonetheless Human” additionally earned prizes for The Philippines actress Crisel Consunji as greatest new performer, and for Oliver Chan as greatest new director.
The most effective actress prize went to mainland Chinese language performer Chloe Maayan for her position in Fruit Chan’s sex-filled “Three Husbands.” The prizes for greatest supporting actor and actress went to Ben Yuen and Kara Wai, respectively, each for “Tracey,” a popping out transgender movie.
A prize for greatest movie from mainland China or Taiwan was awarded to “Dying to Survive.”
The prizes had been delivered on the Hong Kong Cultural Centre, with the territory’s Chief Govt Carrie Lam available to current a lifetime achievement award to veteran actor Patrick Tse.
Hong Kong Movie Awards 2019 Winners
Greatest Movie: “Mission Gutenberg”
Greatest Director: Felix Chong (“Mission Gutenberg”)
Greatest Screenplay: Felix Chong (“Mission Gutenberg”)
Greatest Actor: Anthony Wong (“Nonetheless Human”)
Greatest Actress: Chloe Maayan (“Three Husbands”)
Greatest Supporting Actor: Ben Yuen (“Tracey”)
Greatest Supporting Actress: Kara Wai (“Tracey”)
Greatest New Performer: Crisel Consunji (“Nonetheless Human”)
Greatest New Director: Oliver Chan Siu-kuen (“Nonetheless Human”)
Greatest Cinematography: Jason Kwan (“Mission Gutenberg”)
Greatest Movie Enhancing: Curran Pang (“Mission Gutenberg”)
Greatest Artwork Course: Eric Lam (“Mission Gutenberg”)
Greatest Costume & Make-up: Man Lim-chung (“Mission Gutenberg”)
Greatest Motion Choreography: Dante Lam (“Operation Crimson Sea”)
Greatest Authentic Movie Rating: RubberBand (“Males on the Dragon”)
Greatest Authentic Movie Music: RubberBand (“Males on the Dragon”)
Greatest Sound Design: Nopawat Likitwong & Sarunyu Nurnsai (“Operation Crimson Sea”)
Greatest Visible Results: Inho Lee (“Operation Crimson Sea”)
Greatest Movie from Mainland China & Taiwan: “Dying to Survive”
Lifetime Achievement Award: Patrick Tse Yin
Skilled Achievement Award: Lau Wan