Beijing College Student Film Festival

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Beijing College Student Film Festival
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Location Beijing, China
Founded 1993
Language Chinese
Website www.bcsff.cn
Beijing College Student Film Festival
Traditional Chinese 北京大學生電影節
Simplified Chinese 北京大学生电影节

Beijing College Student Film Festival, 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.

Awards categories[edit]

Major Award Winners[edit]

Year Best Film Best Director Best Actor Best Actress
1993
1st
San Mao Joins the Army
Stand Up, Don't Bend Over
Hu Yajie
for Old-Mother Soil
Xi Meijuan
for Jiang Zhuying
1994
2nd
Back to Back, Face to Face
Family Scandal
Niu Zhenhua
for Back to Back, Face to Face
Ding Jiali
for No More Applause
1995
3rd
The Accused Uncle Shangang Li Shaohong
for Red Powder
Li Rentang
for The Accused Uncle Shangang
1996
4th
The Day the Sun Turned Cold
On the Beat
Zhu Xu
for The King of Masks
Ning Jing
for The Bewitching Braid
1998
5th
Genghis Khan Zhang Yang
for Spicy Love Soup
Wang Xueqi
for Red Suit
Ai Liya
for Genghis Khan
1999
6th
Not One Less Teng Wenji
for Rhapsody of Spring
Teng Rujun
for Postmen in the Mountains
Tao Hong (born 1972)
for A Beautiful New World
2000
7th
Something About Secret Lu Xuechang
for A Lingering Face
Jiang Wu
for Shower
Jiang Shan
for Something About Secret
2001
8th
A Love of Blueness Xia Gang
for As Light as Glass
Zhang Guoli
for Sigh
Yuan Quan
for A Love of Blueness
2002
9th
The Dream of a Young Soldier Huang Jianxin
for Who Cares
Fu Biao
for Escort
Hu Ke
for Chat
2003
10th
Cala, My Dog! Sun Zhou
for Zhou Yu's Train
Sun Honglei
for Zhou Yu's Train
Ni Ping
for Pretty Big Feet
2004
11th
Nuan Zheng Dongtian
for My Bitter Sweet Taiwan
Fan Wei
for The Parking Attendant In July
Yu Nan
The Story of Ermei
2005
12th
A Story of Dun Zi Lu Chuan
for Kekexili: Mountain Patrol
Xia Yu
for Waiting Alone
Zhang Jingchu
for Huayao Bride In Shangri-la
2006
13th
The Forest Ranger Zhang Yuan
for Little Red Flowers
Pu Cunxin
for A Bright Moon
Ni Ping
for Loach is Fish Too
2007
14th
The Knot Ning Hao
for Crazy Stone
Li Yixiang
for One Foot Off the Ground
Siqin Gaowa
for The Postmodern Life of My Aunt
2008
15th
Assembly Feng Xiaogang
for Assembly
Zhang Hanyu
for Assembly
Miao Pu
for Phoenix Red
2009
16th
Forever Enthralled Zhang Jiarui
for Red River
Donnie Yen
for Ip Man
Zhou Xun
for The Equation of Love and Death
2010
17th
The Message Wang Quan'an
for Apart Together
Huang Bo
for Cow
Tao Hong (born 1969)
for Death Dowry
2011
18th
Aftershock Huo Jianqi
for The Seal of Love
Ge You
for Sacrifice
Fan Bingbing
for Buddha Mountain
2012
19th
Mr. Tree Gu Changwei
for Love for Life
Li Xuejian
for Yang Shanzhou
Liang Jing
for Son of the Stars
2013
20th
Back to 1942 Guan Hu
for Design of Death
Huang Bo
for Design of Death
Yan Bingyan
for Feng Shui
2014
21st
Einstein and Einstein Diao Yinan
for Black Coal, Thin Ice
Nick Cheung
for Unbeatable
Tang Wei
for Finding Mr. Right
2015
22nd
Dearest Jean-Jacques Annaud
for Wolf Totem
Qin Hao
for Blind Massage
Zhao Wei
for Dearest
Tao Hong (born 1972)
for Forgetting to Know You
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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