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25th China Golden Rooster & Hundred Flowers Film Festival kicks off in N China


09-22-2016 05:19 BJT

The Golden Rooster and Hundred Flowers Film Festival, one of China’s biggest film events of the year, is now in its 25th edition. On Tuesday night, it opened with Domestic Movie Exhibition, a preview of 41 movies that will make their China premiere.

This is what film-goers can look forward to: 41 original “Made-in-China” movies. They range from comedy to documentary. One is the big winner of the latest Vancouver Chinese Film Festival, “Breathing.”

“We are the crew of the movie Breathing. We’ve just returned from the Venice International Film Festival and Vancouver Chinese Film Festival. And we have very good news to tell everyone: our movie has brought back four awards from Vancouver,” said Jing Ke, “Breathing” leading actress.

All the movies exhibited will be screened during the festival and crew members of eight movies will meet with fans and interact with the audiences.

This year’s festival runs through Saturday. One highlight is the awards for 2015, including Best Movie, Best Director, Best Actor and Actress.

The competition is fierce. “The Ghouls,” “Monster Hunt” and “Dearest” have all received six nominations.

Nominees for Best Actor include Jing Boran of “Monster Hunt,” Feng Xiaogang of “Mr. Six” and Deng Chao of “The Dead End.”

And Zhao Wei of “Dearest,” Bai Baihe of “Go Away Mr. Tumor” and Shu Qi will compete for the crown of Best Actress.

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