Asia Pacific Screen Award for Best Feature Film

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The winners and nominees of the Asia Pacific Screen Award for Best Feature Film are

Winners and nominees[edit]

2000s[edit]

Year Winner and nominees English title Original title
2007 South Korea Kim In-soo, Lee Chang-dong, Hanna Lee Secret Sunshine[1] Miryang
Lebanon Anne-Dominique Toussaint Caramel Sukkar banat
Indonesia Garin Nugroho, Simon Field, Keith Griffiths Opera Jawa
Turkey Sevil Demirci Çakar Takva: A Man's Fear of God Takva
Iran  Mehdi Homayounfar The Night Bus Autobus-E Shab
2008 Kazakhstan Russia Switzerland Poland Germany Sergey Melkumov, Karl Baumgartner Tulpan[2]
India Gauri Khan Om Shanti Om
China Li Xudong The Red Awn Hongse Kangbaiyin
Hong Kong Johnnie To Sparrow Man Jeuk
Turkey France Italy Zeynep Özbatur Three Monkeys Üç Maymun
2009 Australia Warwick Thornton, Kath Shelper Samson and Delilah[3]
China Han Sanping, Qin Hing, Zhou Li, John Chong, Andy Zhang City of Life and Death Nanjing! Nanjing!
State of Palestine France Italy Belgium United Kingdom Elia Suleiman, Hani Farsi The Time That Remains
Iran Asghar Farhadi, Mahmoud Razavi About Elly Darbareye Elly
China Han Sanping, Du Jiayi Forever Enthralled Mei Lanfang

2010's[edit]

Year Winner and nominees English title Original title
2010 China Feng Xiaogang Aftershock[4] Tangshan dadizheng
Turkey Germany Semih Kaplanoğlu Honey[5] Bal
Taiwan Lee Lieh, Doze Niu Chen-zer Monga[5] Mengjia
KoreaKim Ju-kyung Paju[5]
Korea Lee Joon-dong Poetry[5]
2011 Iran Asghar Farhadi A Separation[6] Jodaeiye Nader az Simin
Iran Mohammad Rasoulof Goodbye Bé Omid É Didar
Turkey Zeynep Özbatur Atakan Once Upon a Time in Anatolia Bir Zamanlar Anadolu'da
India Aditya Chopra Wedding Planners Band Baaja Baaraat
China Jiang Wen Let the Bullets Fly Rang zidan fei
2012 Greece [[Enis Köstepen|Turkey]]Turkey Enis Köstepen, Seyfi Teoman, Emin Alper Beyond the Hill[7] Tepenin Ardi
Iran Javad Norouzbeigi The Bear[8] Kher
Russia Natalya Gostyushina, Sergei Kravets The Horde[8] Orda
Korea Park Shin-kyu, Han Jae-duk Nameless Gangster: Rules of the Time[8] Bumchoiwaui Junjaeng
Taiwan Peter Ho-sun Chan, Jojo Hui Yuet-chun Dragon[8] Wu Xia
2013 State of Palestine Hany Abu-Assad, Waleed F. Zuaiter, David Gerson Omar[9]
France Italy Alexandre Mallet-Guy The Past Le Passé
Australia Robert Connolly, Maggie Miles The Turning
Sri Lanka Lasantha Nawarathna, Mohamed Adamaly With You, Without You Oba Nathuwa Oba Ekka
Bangladesh Mostofa Sarwar Farooki Television
JapanMatsuzaki Kaoru, Like Father, Like Son Soshite chichi ni naru
2014 Russia Alexander Rodnyansky, Sergey Melkumov Leviathan[10]
Iran Reza Dormishian I'm Not Angry! عصبانی نیستم
Kazakhstan Adilkhan Yerzhanov, Olga Khlasheva, Serik Abishev The Owners
Iraq Germany Mehmet Aktaş Memories on Stone Bîranînen li ser kevirî
Turkey France Germany Zeynep Özbatur Atakan Winter Sleep Kış Uykusu
2015 Thailand Malaysia Germany France United Kingdom Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Keith Griffiths, Simon Field, Charles De Meaux, Michael Weber, Hans W. Geißendörfer Cemetery of Splendour[11] Rak Ti Khon Kaen
Korea Lee Im-kul End Of Winter Cheol Won Gi-Haeng
Japan France Endo Hitoshi, Matsuda Hiroko, Masa Sawada Journey to the Shore 岸辺の旅
Taiwan China Hong Kong Hou Hsiao-hsien The Assassin
Korea Park Jung-bum, Kim Youngjin[disambiguation needed][citation needed], Jang Byungwon, Lee Sangyong, Park Hongsik Alive Sanda
2016 Turkey Hungary Nermin Aytekin Cold of Kalandar[12] Kalandar Soğuğu
[[Ilya Stewart|Russia]]Russia Ilya Stewart, Diana Safarova, Yury Kozyrev The Student Uchenik
Iran Reza Mirkarimi Daughter Dokhtar
Iran Majid Majidi, Mohammadreza Saberi Muhammad: The Messenger of God Muhammad Rasoulallah
Turkey Germany Zeki Demirkubuz Ember Kor
2017 Australia Greer Simpkin, David Jowsey Sweet Country[13]
China France Sean Chen Angels Wear White Jia Nian Hua
Israel Germany France Switzerland Michael Weber, Viola Fügen, Eitan Mansuri, Cedomir Kolar, Marc Baschet, Michel Merkt Foxtrot פוֹקְסטְרוֹט
France Germany Lithuania Netherlands Marianne Slot A Gentle Creature Unne eamem Doueh
Iran Mohammad Rasoulof A Man of Integrity Lerd
2018 Philippines Achinette Villamor, Edong Canlas, Khavn De La Cruz Balangiga: Howling Wilderness[14]
Korea Lee Chang-dong, Lee Joon-dong Burning[14]
Thailand China France Phuttiphong Aroonpheng, Mai Meksawan, Philippe Avril, Jakrawal Nilthamrong, Chatchai Chaiyon Manta Ray[14] Kraben Rahu
Japan Kore-eda Hirokazu, Matsuzaki Kaoru, Yose Akihiko, Taguchi Hijiri Shoplifters[14] Manbiki Kazoku
Kazakhstan France Adilkhan Yerzhanov, Serik Abishev, Olga Khlasheva The Gentle Indifference of the World[14] Laskovoe Bezrazlichie Mira

References[edit]

  1. ^ Patrick Frater. "Asia Pacific Screen Awards fetes 'Sunshine'". Variety. Retrieved 25 October 2018.
  2. ^ Sandy George. "Tulpan wins highest accolade at Asia Pacific Screen Awards". Screen Daily. Retrieved 25 October 2018.
  3. ^ Sandy George. "Samson & Delilah wins best film at Asia Pacific Screen Awards". Screen Daily. Retrieved 25 October 2018.
  4. ^ Sandy George. "China's Aftershock wins APSA for best feature". Screen Daily. Retrieved 25 October 2018.
  5. ^ a b c d Sandy George. "Chinese blockbuster Aftershock leads Asia Pacific Screen Awards nominations". Screen Daily. Retrieved 25 October 2018.
  6. ^ Sandy George. "Asia Pacific Screen Awards give best film honour to A Separation". Screen Daily. Retrieved 25 October 2018.
  7. ^ Paul Chai. "'Beyond the Hill' tops Asia-Pacific Awards". Variety. Retrieved 25 October 2018.
  8. ^ a b c d Sandy George. "Beyond the Hill leads the pack at the Asia Pacific Screen Awards". Screen Daily. Retrieved 25 October 2018.
  9. ^ Pip Bulbeck. "Asia Pacific Screen Awards: Palestine's 'Omar' Wins Best Film". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 25 October 2018.
  10. ^ Pip Bulbeck. "'Leviathan' Wins Best Film at the Asia Pacific Screen Awards". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 25 October 2018.
  11. ^ Patrick Frater. "'Cemetery of Splendour' Wins Asia Pacific Screen Awards Trophy". Variety. Retrieved 25 October 2018.
  12. ^ Fiona Williams. "'Cold Of Kalandar' triumphs at Asia Pacific Screen Awards". Screen Daily. Retrieved 25 October 2018.
  13. ^ Pip Bulbeck. "Asia Pacific Screen Awards: Warwick Thornton's 'Sweet Country' Wins Top Prize". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 25 October 2018.
  14. ^ a b c d e Patrick Frater. "'Shoplifters' Leads Asia Pacific Screen Awards Nominations". Variety. Retrieved 25 October 2018.

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