Golden Cinematography Awards names its winners
More awards! Now it’s the Golden Cinematography Award, given by the Korean Society of Cinematographers, who have chosen Ha Jung-woo and Park Jin-hee for top acting honors, for their respective performances in The Chaser and Shadows in the Palace. While the winners have been announced, the actual awards ceremony will take place on the 23rd.
The best new actor awards will be handed over to Daniel Henney for My Father (which pretty much ruins any credibility the award holds for me), Han Ye-seul for Miss Gold Digger, and Lee Yeon-hee for M. Popularity awards go to Su Ae and Jung Jin-young for You’re Far Away.
Happiness (which stars Im Soo-jung and Hwang Jung-min) was designated Best Picture, while its director Kim Hyung-gu takes the top prize, the gold cinematography award; Once Upon a Time‘s director Moon Yong-shik takes silver; and Open City‘s Shin Ok-hyun the bronze.
Best new cinematographer goes to Miss Gold Digger‘s Kim Hak-soo; The Chaser‘s Na Hong-jin wins yet another award for best new director.