Beijing College Student Film Festival

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Beijing College Student Film Festival (Chinese:北京大学生电影节) abbreviated BCSFF, first held in 1993, organized by Beijing Normal University and Beijing Municipal Bureau of Radio, Film and Television.[1] This annual event, held in April–May, is one of the biggest film festivals in China, along with Shanghai International Film Festival and Changchun Film Festival.

It awards several "Flying Tiger" Awards (Chinese: 飞虎) for jury award and students' choice award categories.The "favorite" categories always be the last announced in each ceremony.

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Jury Award

Jury composed by college students, teachers, and film reviewers in Beijing.

  • Best Film
  • Best Director
  • Best Screenplay
  • Best Actor
  • Best Actress
  • Best Newcomer
  • Best Visual Effect
  • Best Directorial Debut
  • Grand Jury Prix
Students' Choice Award

National wide college students online votes(80% weight) and festival screenings(Beijing, Shanghai etc.) tickets votes(20% weight).

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