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27th Hong Kong Film Awards

27th Hong Kong Film Awards
Date 14 April 2008
Site Hong Kong Cultural Centre
Host Sandra Ng
Carol Cheng
Sammi Cheng

Ceremony for the 27th Hong Kong Film Awards was held on 14 April 2008 in the Hong Kong Cultural Centre and hosted by Sandra Ng, Carol Cheng and Sammi Cheng. Winners in nineteen categories were unveiled, with film The Warlords being the year's biggest winner.

The nominees were announced on 2 February 2008. Over a hundred nominees contested for seventeen categories of awards. The front runners were Protégé and The Warlords, with thirteen and twelve nominations respectively.

Contents

  • Awards 1
    • Best Film 1.1
    • Best Director 1.2
    • Best Screenplay 1.3
    • Best Actor 1.4
    • Best Actress 1.5
    • Best Supporting Actor 1.6
    • Best Supporting Actress 1.7
    • Best New Performer 1.8
    • Best Cinematography 1.9
    • Best Film Editing 1.10
    • Best Art Direction 1.11
    • Best Costume and Make Up Design 1.12
    • Best Action Choreography 1.13
    • Best Original Film Score 1.14
    • Best Original Film Song 1.15
    • Best Sound Design 1.16
    • Best Visual Effects 1.17
    • Best New Director 1.18
    • Best Asian Film 1.19
    • Lifetime Achievement Award 1.20
    • Professional Spirit Award 1.21
  • External links 2

Awards

Below is a complete list of winners and nominees for the 27th Hong Kong Film Awards, which includes nineteen winners and over a hundred nominees in nineteen categories. Besides the regular categories, two special awards were given out this year, namely the Lifetime Achievement Award (to Raymond Chow) and the Professional Spirit Award (to late Lydia Shum). The year's biggest winner turned out to be The Warlords, which won eight total awards including three major awards in Best Film, Best Director, and Best Actor.

Best Film

Winner Winning film Nominees
N/A The Warlords

Best Director

Winner Winning film Nominees
Peter Chan The Warlords

Best Screenplay

Winner Winning film Nominees
Wai Ka-Fai
Au Kin-Yee
Mad Detective

Best Actor

Winner Winning film Nominees
Jet Li The Warlords

Best Actress

Winner Winning film Nominees
Siqin Gaowa The Postmodern Life of My Aunt

Best Supporting Actor

Winner Winning film Nominees
Andy Lau Protégé

Best Supporting Actress

Winner Winning film Nominees
Susan Shaw The Pye-Dog

Best New Performer

Winner Winning film Nominees
Kate Tsui Eye in the Sky

Best Cinematography

Winner Winning film Nominees
Arthur Wong The Warlords

Best Film Editing

Winner Winning film Nominees
Eric Kong Protégé

Best Art Direction

Winner Winning film Nominees
Yee Chung-Man
Yi Zheng Zhou
Pater Wong
The Warlords

Best Costume and Make Up Design

Winner Winning film Nominees
Yee Chung-Man
Jessie Dai
Lee Pik-Kwan
The Warlords

Best Action Choreography

Winner Winning film Nominees
Donnie Yen Flash Point

Best Original Film Score

Winner Winning film Nominees
Joe Hisaishi The Postmodern Life of My Aunt

Best Original Film Song

Winner Winning film Nominees
逼得太緊
Composer: Dennie Wong
Lyricist: Albert Leung
Singer: Kary Ng
Love Is Not All Around

Best Sound Design

Winner Winning film Nominees
Sunit Asvinikul
Nakorn Kositpaisal
The Warlords

Best Visual Effects

Winner Winning film Nominees
Ng Yuen Fai,
Chau Chi Shing,
Tracy Kok
The Warlords

Best New Director

Winner Winning film Nominees
Yau Nai-Hoi Eye in the Sky

Best Asian Film

Winner Winning film Nominees
N/A Lust, Caution
(Taiwan/China/USA)

Lifetime Achievement Award

Professional Spirit Award

External links

  • Official website of the Hong Kong Film Awards
  • List of awards
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