‘Parasite’ wins big Oscar Best Picture, Chinese films shine at 14th Asian Film Awards

‘Parasite’ wins big Oscar Best Picture, Chinese films shine at 14th Asian Film Awards

Oscar Best Picture champ “Parasite” was the biggest victor at the fourteenth Asian Film Awards in Busan, South Korea on Wednesday, bringing home four prizes, while a setup of Chinese producers stood apart during the online service.

Delivered by South Korean chief Bong Joon-ho, “Parasite” won Best Film, Best Screenplay, Best Editing, and Best Production Design out of 10 selections.

Chinese chief Wang Xiaoshuai beat Bong Joon-ho to bring home Best Director for family show “So Long, My Son.”

Likewise from China, Zhou Dongyu and Jackson Yee were named Best Actress and Best Newcomer, separately, for their significant parts in school menace dramatization “Better Days,” while Dong Jinsong got the Best Cinematography grant for his commitment to neo-noir wrongdoing spine chiller “The Wild Goose Lake.”

Lee Byung-hun from South Korea packed away the Best Actor grant for his exhibition in “The Man Standing Next.”

Dispatched in 2007, the yearly service perceives the best film accomplishments in Asia, as indicated by a worldwide jury board and casting a ballot individuals. The current year’s service, which was wanted to be facilitated in Busan was exchanged online due to the Covid pandemic.

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