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PHOTOSHOP | APFF awards: A weekend of Asian movies

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2013 APFF winners in key categories

Best Picture: Like Father Like Son [Japan]
Best Director: Kore-eda Hirokazu; Like Father Like Son [Japan]
Best Actor: Lee Kang-sheng; Stray Dogs [Taiwan/France]
Best Actress: Zhang Ziyi; The Grandmaster [Hong Kong/China]
Outstanding Achievement: Irrfan Khan; The Lunchbox [India]
Best Supporting Actor: Nawazuddin Siddiqui; The Lunchbox [India]
Best Supporting Actress: Yeo Yann Yann; Ilo Ilo [Singapore]
Best Screenplay: Ritesh Batra; The Lunchbox [India]
Best Art Director: Ondrej Nekvasil; Snowpiercer [South Korea]
Best Editing: Simon Price, Sally Blenheim, Luca Cappelli; Ruin [Australia]
Best Music: Zeke Khaseli, Yudhi Arfani; What They Don’t Talk About When They Talk About Love [Indonesia]
Best Sound: Tu Duu-chih, Kuo Li-chi; Stray Dogs [Taiwan/France]
Best Cinematography: Philippe Le Sourd; The Grandmaster [Hong Kong/China]

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Macau Highlight Screening “Streets of Macao” Movie Premier The 56th APFF Worship Ceremony, symbolizing the kick-off of the three-day event Macau Highlight Movie Premier “Streets of Macao” Red Carpet Edison Chan, Venus Wong, Director Clement Cheng, German Ku Charlene Choi Zhang Ziyi Kore-eda Hirokazu Yeo Yann Yann Yao Chen and Andy Lau on the red carpet at the Opening Screening of “Firestorm”
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