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THE SEOUL AWARDS 2017 | WINNERS!

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The Seoul Awards 2017

The Seoul Awards held its inaugural awards ceremony on the 27th of October, 2017. The awards are presented to actors and actresses who displayed excellence in both film and drama. Below are the list of winners:

 

DRAMA

Daesang (Grand prize) – Secret Forest (tvN)

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Best Actress – Park Bo Young (Strong Woman Do Bong Soon)

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Best Actor – Ji Sung (Defendant)

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Best Supporting Actress – Honey Lee (Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People)

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Best Supporting Actor – Jung Sang Hoon (Woman of Dignity)

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Best New Actor – Kim Min Suk (Defendant)

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Best New Actress – Yoon So Hee (Ruler: Master of the Mask)

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Popularity Award: Kim Sejeong (School 2017) and Park Hyung Shik (Strong Woman Do Bong Soon)

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FILM

Daesang (Grand prize) – Anarchist from the Colony

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Best Actress: Na Moon Hee (I Can Speak)

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Best Actor –  Song Kang Ho (A Taxi Driver)

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Best Supporting Actress – Lee Jung Hyun (The Battleship Island)

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Best Supporting Actor – Kim Joo Hyuk (Confidential Assignment)

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Best New Actor – Ryu Jun Yeol (The King)

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Best New Actress – Choi Hee Seo (Anarchist from the Colony)

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Popularity Award – Im Yoona (Confidential Assignment) and Im Siwan (The Merciless)

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Special Acting Award – Kim Soo An (The Battleship Island)

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Congratulations to all the winners!

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GRAND BELL/DAEJONG FILM AWARDS 2017 | WINNERS!

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The 54th Grand Bell Awards, also known as the Daejong Film Awards, was held on the 25th of October 2017. The following are the list of winners:

 

Best Film – A Taxi Driver

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Best Director – Lee Joon Ik (Anarchist from the Colony)

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Best Actress – Choi Hee Soo (Anarchist from the Colony)

Best Actor – Sol Kyung Gu (The Merciless)

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Best Supporting Actress – Kim So Jin (The King)

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Best Supporting Actor – Bae Seong Woo (The King)

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Best New Actress – Choi Hee Soo (Anarchist from the Colony)

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Best New Actor – Park Seo Joon (Midnight Runners)

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Best Screenplay – Han Jae Rim (The King)

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Best New Director – Um Tae Hwa (Vanishing Time: A Boy Who Returned)

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Best Cinematography – Park Jung Hyun (The Villainess)

Best Editing – Sin Min Kyeong (The King)

Best Art Direction – Lee Jae Song (Anarchist from the Colony)

Best Lighting – Kim Jae Geun (The Prison)

Best Costume Design – Sim Hyeon Seob (Anarchist from the Colony)

Best Music – Dalparan (Vanishing Time: A Boy Who Returned)

Lifetime Achievement Award – Kim Young Ae

 

Congratulations to all the winners!

 

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MEYAADHA MAAN | Rathina Katti Song with Lyrics | Vaibhav, Priya | Santhosh Narayanan

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Meyyadha Maan audio launch took place in style today much to the happiness of many Kollywood fans. The movie produced by young and extremely talented film maker Karthik Subburaj and directed by Rathna Kumar has Vaibhav and Priya Bhavani Shankar.  Music is composed by Santhosh Narayan and Pradeep Kumar.

 

 

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BEYOND DREAMS WINS BIG AT DUHOK’S INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

Swedish Director Rojda Sekersöz claimed two of the major awards at the Duhok’s International Film Festival for her debut film Beyond Dreams(Dröm vidare)

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Swedish Director Rojda Sekersöz claimed two of the major awards at the Duhok’s International Film Festival for her debut film Beyond Dreams(Dröm vidare). The astonishingly talented actress now enters the realm of directors as a strong contender amongst the greats. Beyond Dreams(Dröm vidare) won the Golden Leaf for Best film and also the Silver leaf as Best Actress by The film’s lead actress Evin Ahmad. The Duhok’s International Film Festival is considered to be the most significant film festival in Kurdistan.

Beyond Dreams(Dröm vidare) is an edgy, perfect with the current sociology to attract its audiences and of course heartwarming with what looks like to be spectacular performances. It’s a story of a young woman who wants to get out of her precarious life on the edge of society in order to help her sick mother and young sister. She is then drawn between the loyalty to her ‘girlfriends’ who walk in the path of retaining a lifestyle of petty crime and escapism. A story of courage, betrayal and failure is shown to the audience through the eyes of this young woman, who at the end of the day struggles to make ends meet. She is also portrayed in an unsentimental but emphatic way to the audience at times as well. Beyond Dreams(Dröm vidare) has a sweet paradox of being tough and funny at the same time, it’s almost all-women-cast is directed brilliantly and the cinematography at a glance can be deemed to be well done. Beyond Dreams(Dröm vidare) is politically relevant and highly entertaining, we recommend for our audiences to go see it and provide the final verdict!

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