‘Better Days’ Sweeps Hong Kong Film Awards in Virtual Ceremony
Derek Tsang’s Better Days bagged eight prizes including best film and best director at this year’s Hong Kong Film Awards, which were live streamed on social media as the Covid-19 coronavirus forced organisers to scrap the physical ceremony.
Better Days, a mainland China-set drama about school bullying, also won best actress for Zhou Dongyu’s performance and best new performer for Jackson Yee. The film, produced by Goodfellas Pictures and We Pictures, also won awards for best screenplay, best cinematography, best costume & make-up design and best song.
Hong Kong actor Tai Bo won best actor for his role in Ray Yeung’s gay-themed drama Suk Suk, which also picked up best supporting actress for Patra Au Ga Man. Best supporting actor when to Cheung Tat Ming for I’m Livin’ It.
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