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Awards Announced in Beijing Student Film Festival
    2007-04-30 14:39:46     CRIENGLISH.com
"The Knot", a movie about love separated by the Taiwan Straits, but nonetheless lasting 60 years, has won the Best Feature Film for the 14th Beijing Student Film Festival.

"The Knot" was directed by Yin Li and stars popular mainland actor Chen Kun and Taiwan actress Vivian Hsu.
Altogether 35 Chinese-made films entered the festival this year, vying for a total of 16 awards.
Most of the awards were selected by a jury consisting of 30 university students as well as 11 experts.
Li Yixiang, who is not yet familiar to Chinese audience, has received the Best Actor Award for his performance in Chen Daming's "One Foot off the Ground".

Siqin Gaowa, a veteran Inner Mongolian actress, got the Best Actress award.

Mainland rising star, Chen Kun, was selected as the most popular actor, and Zhao Wei the most popular actress. Both won the awards for the second time.

Launched in 1993, the Beijing Student Film Festival is sponsored by Beijing Normal University and the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Radio and Television.

As a bridge linking young people to the films, the festival has been providing a stage for small-budget Chinese-made films and new directors and actors to make their debuts.


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