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Golden Phoenix Awards

Golden Phoenix Awards
Awarded for Excellence in film and television by members of the China Film Performance Art Academy
Country China
Presented by China Film Performance Art Academy
First awarded 1987

Golden Phoenix Awards (中国电影金凤凰奖) (simplified Chinese: 中国电影金凤凰奖; traditional Chinese: 中國電影金鳳凰獎; pinyin: Zhōngguó Jīnfènghuáng Jiăng), equivalent the China's Screen Actors Guild Awards, is an bi-annually accolade given by the China Film Performance Art Academy (中国电影表演艺术学会) to recognize outstanding performances by its members. In 1987, the first annual awards ceremony held in Guangzhou.[1]

Because Society Award is the only regular category to the actors' performance of the bi-annual, there are multiple winners in the category. Honorary Award is given to live actors who aged 60–70, Lifetime Achievement Award is given to live actors who aged more than 80.Since 2005, actors from Taiwan and Hong Kong are also eligible for awards.[2]

The statuette given, a shape of phoenix, designed by artist Han Meilin.[3]


  • Society Award
  • Special Jury Award
  • Honorary Award
  • Lifetime Achievement Award


  1. ^ 中国电影金凤凰奖表彰典礼落户开发区 Qilu Evening Post June 23, 2011
  2. ^ 第十届中国电影金凤凰奖定日程 不排斥港台演员 November 26, 2004
  3. ^ 著名美术家韩美林青岛凤凰岛上塑凤凰 March 24, 2008

External links

  • IMDB-Golden Phoenix Awards
  • (2005)

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