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Hong Kong Films Awards

Raging Fire (2021) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)Time (2021) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)Hand Rolled Cigarette (2020) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)Love After Love (2020) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)Origin Of Time
  • Best Film, Best Director, Best Editing, Best Action Choreography

    Raging Fire (2021) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
    Donnie Yen and Nicholas Tse face off in the gripping Hong Kong crime actioner Raging Fire, director Benny Chan's last film before his passing in 2020. A final testament to Benny Chan's unrivaled ability to deliver action cinema entertainment, Raging Fire is packed with sprawling shootouts, edge-of-seat car chases and punishing fight scenes as Donnie Yen races to stop a revenge-bent group of rogue ex-cops led by Nicholas Tse. Donnie also served as action director of the film.

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  • Time waits for no one in the unconventional Hong Kong hitman drama Time, the directorial debut of Ricky Ko. Screen legend Patrick Tse won Best Actor for his performance as an aged assassin who starts accepting requests for assisted suicide. Petrina Fung, Lam Suet and Chung Suet Ying co-star in this moving drama, which is produced and co-written by Gordon Lam.

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  • Hong Kong actor-director Kelvin Chan Kin Long makes his feature directorial debut with Hand Rolled Cigarette which, like My Prince Edward and Elisa's Day, was a winning work of the 4th First Feature Film Initiative. Set in Hong Kong's underbelly, the neo-noir thriller stars Gordon Lam as a former British Hong Kong soldier who turns to crime for livelihood.

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  • Ann Hui adapts Eileen Chang's 1943 novella Aloeswood Incense: The First Brazier into the romantic melodrama Love After Love starring Golden Horse-winning actress Ma Sichun and Eddie Peng. Love After Love boasts a strong lineup behind the scenes with cinematography by Christopher Doyle, costume design by Wada Emi, art direction by Zhao Hai, sound direction by Tu Duu Chih and editing by Eric Kwong. The music by Japanese composer Sakamoto Ryuichi won Best Original Film Score.

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  • Best Original Film Song

    Origin Of Time
    From the makers of Vampire Cleanup Department comes the boxing film One Second Champion! The closing film of the 2020 Hong Kong Asian Film Festival, Chiu Siu Hang's first solo directorial effort refreshes the classic underdog redemption storyline with a supernatural twist. Singer Endy Chow stars as the late-blooming boxer with a one-second advantage. The fim's theme song "Origin Of Time" performed by Endy Chow and ToNick won Best Original Film Song.

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