17th Hong Kong Film Awards

17th Hong Kong Film Awards
Date 26 April 1998
Site Hong Kong Cultural Centre

Ceremony for the 17th Hong Kong Film Awards was held on 26 April 1998.

Awards

Best Film

Winner Winning film Nominees
N/A Made in Hong Kong

Best Director

Winner Winning film Nominees
Fruit Chan Made in Hong Kong

Best Screenplay

Winner Winning film Nominees
Raymond To The Mad Phoenix

Best Actor

Winner Winning film Nominees
Tony Leung Chiu Wai Happy Together

Best Actress

Winner Winning film Nominees
Maggie Cheung The Soong Sisters

Best Supporting Actor

Winner Winning film Nominees
Jiang Wen The Soong Sisters

Best Supporting Actress

Winner Winning film Nominees
Anita Mui Eighteen Springs

Best New Performer

Winner Winning film Nominees
Sam Lee Made in Hong Kong

Best Cinematography

Winner Winning film Nominees
Arthur Wong The Soong Sisters

Best Film Editing

Winner Winning film Nominees
Wong Wing-Ming Lifeline

Best Art Direction

Winner Winning film Nominees
Ma Poon Chiu The Soong Sisters

Best Costume Make Up Design

Winner Winning film Nominees
Emi Wada The Soong Sisters

Best Action Choreography

Winner Winning film Nominees
Tung Wai Downtown Torpedoes

Best Original Film Score

Winner Winning film Nominees
Kitarō,
Randy Miller
The Soong Sisters

Best Original Film Song

Winner Winning film Nominees
歡樂今宵
Composer: Dennie Wong
Lyricist: Wyman Wong
Singer: Leo Ku
Cause We Are So Young

Best Sound Design

Winner Winning film Nominees
N/A Lifeline

Professional Achievement Award

References

  • Official website of the Hong Kong Film Awards
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