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Feng's film bags top award

"JIA Wu Da Hai Zhan", directed by Feng Xiaoning, bagged the Best Picture award last night at the China Movie Channel Media Awards.

The epic war-themed drama aims to tell the truth and restore historical facts of the War of Jiawu in the late 19th century.

Lin Lisheng won the Best Director award for his thriller "Million Dollar Crocodile." The film tells the story of a giant crocodile that escapes after swallowing a bag containing 100 thousand euros and stars Barbie Hsu and Guo Tao.

Wu Ma won the Best Actor in a Leading Role award for his excellent performance in "Wu Dao Zi", a film portraying the life of a famous painter from the Tang dynasty.

The award for Best Actress in a Leading Role went to Fang Qingzhuo for "Bao Zou Ma Ma." The film is a real-life story of a mother named Chen Yurong, who walked 10km every day for seven months in order to lose weight so she could donate her liver to her sick son. Chen also showed up at the awards ceremony along with the cast of the film. Qin Yi presented the award to Fang.

Xia Wei won the Best Screenplay for "Shanghai Calling", which tells the story of a Chinese American assigned to Shanghai to expand the firm's business to the Chinese market and the challenges he faces. Daniel Henney, who plays Sam Chao in the film, also won the Best New Actor award.

Sun Haiying, who plays Li Hongzhang in "Jia Wu Hai Zhan", was awarded the Best Actor in a Supporting Role and Jiang Shan won the Best Actress in a Supporting Role award for "First Time".


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