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Golden Bauhinia Awards

 

Golden Bauhinia Awards

Golden Bauhinia Awards (Hong Kong Film Critics Association. Its first award presentation ceremony took place in 1996.

The award attracted controversy in 2007, when ten nominations were given to Pang Ho-Cheung’s Exodus before it had been screened anywhere publicly[1] and the Best Film Award was shared by three movies. Its credibility under intense scrutiny, the association decided to suspend the award until further notice.

Awards ceremonies

Year Best Film Best
Director
Best Actor Best Actress Best
Supporting
Actor
Best
Supporting
Actress
Best
Screenplay
Best
Cinematography
Life
Achievement
Award
2007 Exiled
After This Our Exile
A Battle of Wits
Johnnie To
(Exiled)
Sean Lau
(My Name is Fame)
Gong Li (Curse of the Golden Flower)
Charlene Choi (Simply Actors)
Gouw Ian Iskandar
(After This Our Exile)
Zhou Xun
(The Banquet)
Patrick Tam
(After This Our Exile)
Andrew Lau
(Confession of Pain)
Ti Lung
2006 Election Peter Chan
(Perhaps Love)
Simon Yam
(Election)
Zhou Xun
(Perhaps Love)
Anthony Wong Chau Sang
(Initial D)
Teresa Mo
(2 Young)
Yau Nai-Hoi, Yip Tin-Shing
(Election)
Peter Pau
(Perhaps Love)
Yu Mo Won
(余慕雲)
2005 Kung Fu Hustle Derek Yee
(One Nite in Mongkok)
Tony Leung Chiu-Wai
(2046)
Rene Liu
(A World Without Thieves)
Yuen Wah
(Kung Fu Hustle)
Bai Ling
(Dumplings)
Pang Ho-Cheung
(Beyond Our Ken)
Christopher Doyle
(2046)
Lau Kar Leung
2004 PTU Johnnie To
PTU
Simon Yam
PTU
Cecilia Cheung
Lost in Time
Lam Suet
PTU
Maggie Shiu
PTU
Yau Nai-Hoi, Au Kin-Yee
PTU
Arthur Wong
(戀之風景)
Patrick Tse
2003 Infernal Affairs Andrew Lau, Alan Mak
(Infernal Affairs)
Tony Leung Chiu-Wai
(Infernal Affairs)
Angelica Lee
(The Eye)
Anthony Wong Chau Sang
(Infernal Affairs)
Karena Lam
(July Rhapsody)
Felix Chong, Alan Mak
(Infernal Affairs)
Christopher Doyle
(Hero)
Wu Fung
2002 Shaolin Soccer Stephen Chow
Shaolin Soccer
Hu Jun
Lan Yu
Sylvia Chang
Forever and Ever
Wong Yat Fei (黃一飛)
Shaolin Soccer
Josie Ho
Forever and Ever
Vincent Kok, Pang Ho-Cheung
You Shoot, I Shoot
Chung Yau Tim (鍾有添)
Peony Pavilion
Wong Tin-Lam
2001 Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon Ang Lee
(Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon)
Andy Lau
(A Fighter's Blues)
Qin Hailu (秦海璐)
(Durian Durian)
Francis Ng
(2000 AD)
Zhang Ziyi
(Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon)
Fruit Chan
(Durian Durian)
Christopher Doyle, Pin Bing Lee
(In the Mood for Love)
Cho Tat Wah
2000 The Mission Johnnie To
(The Mission (1999 film))
Sean Lau (Where a Good Man Goes)
Anthony Wong Chau Sang (Ordinary Heroes)
Loletta Lee (Ordinary Heroes) Roy Cheung (The Mission (1999 film)) Law Lan (Bullets Over Summer) Yip Kam-Hung (Metade Fumaca)
Yau Nai-Hoi (Running Out of Time)
Cheng Siu-Keung
(The Mission (1999 film))
Paw Fong
(鮑方)
1999 Beast Cops Gordon Chan, Dante Lam
(Beast Cops)
Anthony Wong Chau Sang
(Beast Cops)
Sandra Ng
(Portland Street Blues)
Patrick Tam Yiu Man
(Beast Cops)
Shu Qi
(City of Glass)
Yau Nai-Hoi, Szeto Kam-Yuen, Chow Hin-Yan
(Expect the Unexpected)
Jingle Ma
(City of Glass)
Wu Pang
(胡鵬)
1998 Made in Hong Kong Fruit Chan
(Made in Hong Kong)
Tony Leung Chiu-Wai
(Happy Together)
Carina Lau
(Intimates)
Francis Ng
(Too Many Ways to Be No. 1)
Anita Mui
(Eighteen Springs)
Wai Ka-Fai, Matt Chow, Szeto Kam-Yuen
(Too Many Ways to Be No. 1)
Christopher Doyle
(Happy Together)
Lo Tun
(盧敦)
1997 Comrades, Almost a Love Story Peter Chan
(Comrades, Almost a Love Story)
Kent Cheng
(The Log)
Maggie Cheung
(Comrades, Almost a Love Story)
Eric Tsang
(Comrades, Almost a Love Story)
Shu Qi
(Viva Erotica)
Ivy Ho
(Comrades, Almost a Love Story)
Jingle Ma
(Comrades, Almost a Love Story)
Chang Cheh
1996 Summer Snow Ann Hui
(Summer Snow)
Stephen Chow (A Chinese Odyssey)
Roy Chiao (Summer Snow)
Josephine Siao
(Summer Snow)
Chin Kar-lok
(Full Throttle)
Karen Mok
(Fallen Angels)
Chan Man-Keung
(Summer Snow)
Christopher Doyle
(Fallen Angels)
Shih Kien

Notes

  1. ^ The Golden Rock Golden Bauhinia Awards Report

External links

  • Golden Bauhinia Awards website
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