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54th Daejong Film Awards (Grand Bell Awards) 2017 Winners

2017/10/25 | 746 views | Permalink

54th Daejong Film Awards (Grand Bell Awards) 2017 winners during the ceremony presented by Shin Hyun-joon and Stephanie Lee.

Best Film

"A Taxi Driver" by Jang Hoon

 

Best Director

 Lee Joon-ik for "Anarchist from Colony"

 

Best Actor

Sol Kyung-gu for "The Merciless"

 

Best Actress

Choi Hee-seo for "Anarchist from Colony"

 

Best Screenplay

 Han Jae-rim for "The King"

 

Best Supporting Actor

Bae Sung-woo for "The King"

 

Best Supporting Actress

Kim Seo-jin for "The King"

 

Best Music

Dal Pa-ran for "Vanishing Time: A Boy Who Returned"

 

Best Planning

Choi Gi-seob and Park Eun-kyeong-I for "A Taxi Driver"

 

Best Cinematography

Park Jeong-hoon-II for "The Villainess"

 

Best Lighting

Kim Jae-geun-I for "The Prison"

 

Best Editing

Sin Min-kyeong for "The King"

 

Techinal

 

Kim Gi-nam et al for "The Villainess"

 

Best Visual Effects 

 

Best Art Direction

Lee Jae-seong for "Anarchist from Colony"

 

Best Costume

Sim Hyeon-seob for "Anarchist from Colony"

 

Best New Director

Eom Tae-hwa for "Vanishing Time: A Boy Who Returned"

 

Best New Actor

Park Seo-joon for "Midnight Runners"

 

Best New Actress

Choi Hee-seo for "Anarchist from Colony"

 

Special Prize

The late Kim Young-ae

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