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21st Hong Kong Film Awards

21st Hong Kong Film Awards
Date 21 April 2002
Site Hong Kong Cultural Centre
Host Eric Tsang
Cecilia Yip
Jacqueline Pang
Cheung Tat-Ming

Ceremony for the 21st Hong Kong Film Awards was held on 21 April 2002 in the Hong Kong Cultural Centre and hosted by Eric Tsang, Cecilia Yip, Jacqueline Pang and Cheung Tat-Ming. Twenty-three winners in eighteen categories were unveiled. The year's biggest winner was Shaolin Soccer, winning six awards in total. Its director and leading actor Stephen Chow clinched Best Director and a long-awaited Best Actor title after being nominated for the award seven times since 1991. The 21st Hong Kong Film Awards also saw the establishment of the Best Asian Film category, open to all non-Hong Kong films commercially released in Hong Kong within the previous calendar year. The first winner for this category is the Japanese animated feature Spirited Away.

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 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 Asian Film 1.18
  • External links 2

Awards

Best Film

Winner Winning film Nominees
N/A Shaolin Soccer

Best Director

Winner Winning film Nominees
Stephen Chow Shaolin Soccer

Best Screenplay

Winner Winning film Nominees
Ivy Ho July Rhapsody

Best Actor

Winner Winning film Nominees
Stephen Chow Shaolin Soccer

Best Actress

Winner Winning film Nominees
Sylvia Chang Forever and Ever

Best Supporting Actor

Winner Winning film Nominees
Wong Yat Fei Shaolin Soccer

Best Supporting Actress

Winner Winning film Nominees
Karena Lam July Rhapsody

Best New Performer

Winner Winning film Nominees
Karena Lam July Rhapsody

Best Cinematography

Winner Winning film Nominees
Arthur Wong Visible Secret

Best Film Editing

Winner Winning film Nominees
Kong Chi Leung The Accidental Spy

Best Art Direction

Winner Winning film Nominees
Lou Zhongguo,
Yan Zhanlin
Peony Pavilion

Best Costume Make Up Design

Winner Winning film Nominees
Yon Fan Peony Pavilion

Best Action Choreography

Winner Winning film Nominees
Tung Wai,
Jackie Chan Stunt Team
The Accidental Spy

Best Original Film Score

Winner Winning film Nominees
Ho Shung Chi My Life as MuDull

Best Original Film Song

Winner Winning film Nominees
終生美麗
Composer: Chan Fai Yeung
Lyricist: Albert Leung
Singer: Sammi Cheng
Love on a Diet

Best Sound Design

Winner Winning film Nominees
Kinson Tsang Shaolin Soccer

Best Visual Effects

Winner Winning film Nominees
Frankie Chung,
Ken Law,
Ronald To,
Maurice Ng
Shaolin Soccer

Best Asian Film

Winner Winning film Nominees
N/A Spirited Away
(Japan)

External links

  • Official website of the Hong Kong Film Awards
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