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'Mr. Six' wins top prizes at College Student Film Festival

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05-09-2016 19:10 BJT

The Beijing College Student Film Festival, which is now in its 24th year, unveiled its winners Sunday evening, with the heart-warming and very Beijing-centric “Mr. Six” taking top prizes. 

 "Mr. Six" led the pack with two major awards: the Organizing Committee Award, which is the event

"Mr. Six" led the pack with two major awards: the Organizing Committee Award, which is the event's highest honor; and the Best Actor Award for Feng Xiaogang in the title role.

 "Mr. Six" led the pack with two major awards: the Organizing Committee Award, which is the event

"Mr. Six" led the pack with two major awards: the Organizing Committee Award, which is the event's highest honor; and the Best Actor Award for Feng Xiaogang in the title role.

Called “Lao Pao’er” in the Chinese original and directed by Guan Hu, “Mr. Six” led the pack with two major awards: the Organizing Committee Award, which is the event’s highest honor; and the Best Actor Award for Feng Xiaogang in the title role. 

Mr. Six is a former Beijing kingpin who comes out of retirement when his estranged son falls into the hands of a gang of boy racers. To deal with this new threat, Mr. Six must regather his old associates. 

In addition to his formidable acting skills, Feng is a renowned Chinese film director best known for his New-Year comedies. Best Film at the festival went to “The Master,” directed by Xu Haofeng, which tells a warrior legend. Best Director went to Jia Zhangke for “Mountains May Depart,” while Best Screenplay was awarded to “Detective Chinatown.” 

Actor Chen Jianbin’s directorial debut “A Fool” won jury prize, while Most Popular Actor and Actress went to Li Chen and Miriam Yeung, respectively. 

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