Hong Kong Film Award for Best New Director

The Hong Kong Film Award for Best New Director is an annual Hong Kong industry award presented to a director who is considered the best of the year.

History

In 2002 the new category of Outstanding Young Director was created as a way to recognise up-and-coming directors, the first award was presented to Stephen Chow for his 2001 film Shaolin Soccer. Two years later at the 23rd Hong Kong Film Awards the award was renamed Best New Director and continues to be presented.[1]

Winners and nominees

Table key
Indicates the winner
Year Director(s) Film Ref.
2002
(21st)
Stephen Chow Shaolin Soccer [2]
2003
(22nd)
Law Chi-Leung Inter Sense [3]
2004
(23rd)
Pang Ho Cheung Men Suddenly In Black [4]
Wong Chun Chun Truth Or Dare : 6th Floor Rear Flat
Carol Lai The Floating Landscape
2005
(24th)
Wong Ching Po Jiang Hu [5]
Barbara Wong Chun Chun Six Strong Guys
Toe Yuen Mcdull, Prince De La Bun
2006
(25th)
Kenneth Bi Rice Rhapsody [6]
Mathew Tang Hon Keung Before Twenty…. Before Too Old….
Derek Yee Tung Sing

Chun Tin Nam

2 Young
Stephen Fung House Of Fury
2007
(26th)
Daniel Wu The Heavenly Kings [7]
Law Wing Cheong 2 Become 1
Patrick Kong Marriage With A Fool
2008
(27th)
Yau Nai Hoi Eye In The Sky [8]
Derek Kwok The Pye-Dog
Adam Wong Magic Boy
2009
(28th)
Derek Kwok The Moss [9]
Heiward Mak High Noon
Ivy Ho Claustrophobia
2010
(29th)
Cheung King Wai KJ [10]
Philip Yung Glamorous Youth
Roy Chow Hin Yeung Murderer
2011
(30th)
Felix Chong Man Keung Once A Gangster [11]
Ivy Ho Crossing Hennessy
Freddie Wong Kwok Shiu The Drunkard
2012
(31st)
Tsang Tsui Shan The Big Blue Lake [12]
Calvin Poon Yuen Leung Hi, Fidelity
Bill Yip Kim Fung Cure
2013
(32nd)
Chow Hin Yeung Nightfall [13]
Brian Tse The Pork of Music
Fung Chih Chiang The Bounty
2014
(33rd)
Adam Wong The Way We Dance [14]
Alan Yuen Firestorm
Juno Mak Rigor Mortis
2015
(34th)
David Lee Kwong Yiu Insanity [15]
Ruby Yang My Voice, My Life
Amos WHY Dot 2 Dot
2016
(35th)
Raman Hui Monster Hunt [16]
Nick Cheung Ka Fai Keeper Of Darkness
Lau Ho Leung Two Thumbs Up
2017
(36th)
Wong Chu (Mad World [17]
Derek Tsang Soul Mate
Jazz Boon Line Walker
Andy Lo Happiness
Stevefat "Weeds On Fire"
2018
(37th)
Kearen Pang (29+1 [18]
Jonathan Li The Brink
Chapman To The Empty Hands
Derek Hui This is Not What I Expected
Chan Tai Lee Tomorrow is Another Day
2019
(38th)
Kearen Pang (29+1 [19]
Oliver Chan Siu Kuen Still Human
Lee Cheuk Pan G Affairs
Sunny Chan Men On The Dragon
Jeff Cheung Agent Mr Chan
Jun Li Tracey

References

  1. Cheung, Ruby (2015). New Hong Kong Cinema: Transitions to Becoming Chinese in 21st-Century East Asia. Berghahn Books. p. 118. ISBN 9781782387046. Retrieved 5 November 2016.
  2. "Shaolin Soccer Best Film at Hong Kong Awards Ceremony". china.org.cn.
  3. "22nd Annual Hong Kong Film Awards". lovehkfilm.com.
  4. "23rd Hong Kong Film Awards" (in Chinese). Official website of Hong Kong Film Awards.
  5. "24th Hong Kong Film Awards" (in Chinese). Official website of Hong Kong Film Awards.
  6. "25th Hong Kong Film Awards" (in Chinese). Official website of Hong Kong Film Awards.
  7. "26th Hong Kong Film Awards" (in Chinese). Official website of Hong Kong Film Awards.
  8. "27th Hong Kong Film Awards" (in Chinese). Official website of Hong Kong Film Awards.
  9. "28th Hong Kong Film Awards" (in Chinese). Official website of Hong Kong Film Awards.
  10. "29th Hong Kong Film Awards" (in Chinese). Official website of Hong Kong Film Awards. Archived from the original on 2014-06-08.
  11. "30th Hong Kong Film Awards" (in Chinese). Official website of Hong Kong Film Awards.
  12. "31st Hong Kong Film Awards" (in Chinese). Official website of Hong Kong Film Awards.
  13. "32nd Hong Kong Film Awards" (in Chinese). Official website of Hong Kong Film Awards.
  14. "33rd Hong Kong Film Awards" (in Chinese). Official website of Hong Kong Film Awards.
  15. "34th Hong Kong Film Awards" (in Chinese). Official website of Hong Kong Film Awards.
  16. "35th Hong Kong Film Awards" (in Chinese). Official website of Hong Kong Film Awards.
  17. "36th Hong Kong Film Awards" (in Chinese). Official website of Hong Kong Film Awards. Retrieved 2019-04-26.
  18. "37th Hong Kong Film Awards" (in Chinese). Official website of Hong Kong Film Awards. Retrieved 2019-04-26.
  19. "38th Hong Kong Film Awards" (in Chinese). Official website of Hong Kong Film Awards. Retrieved 2019-04-26.
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