Winners collect their Golden Cinematography awards
With the winners of Golden Cinematography Awards already announced days in advance, there were no surprises at the ceremony on the 23rd. The winners came by to collect their statues and pose for pictures, and the event was generally a low-key affair.
The event is in its 31st year, and are given by the Korean Society of Cinematographers. Actors in attendance included Park Jin-hee, Ha Jung-woo, Lee Yeon-hee, and Han Ye-seul.
Full Winners List
Grand Prize: Happiness
Excellence Award for Acting: Ha Jung-woo (The Chaser, Park Jin-hee (Shadows in the Palace)
New Actor: Daniel Henney (My Father), Jin Gu (Strange Story)
New Actress: Han Ye-seul (Miss Gold Digger), Lee Yeon-hee (M)
Cinematography Award, Gold: Kim Hyung-gu (Happiness)
Cinematography Award, Silver: Moon Yong-shik (Once Upon a Time)
Cinematography Award, Bronze: Shin Ok-hyun (Open City)
New Cinematographer-Director: Kim Hak-soo (Miss Gold Digger)
Lighting Award: Lee Sung-hwan (Open City)
New Director Award: Na Hong-jin (The Chaser)
Popularity Award: Jung Jin-young, Su Ae
Ha Jung-woo accepts his acting award:
Park Jin-hee takes a bow:
Han Ye-seul isn’t really a “new” actress, per se, but these awards are limited to film roles, so her television work doesn’t count:
The same goes for Lee Yeon-hee, who was also given an award for new actress:
Daniel Henney, yikes. Give the man a haircut and some shampoo, stat! And also please remind him that smirking makes him look sleazy.
Jin Gu‘s movie Strange Story was technically a 2007 film, but then again, so were My Father and M…
Na Hong-jin wins best new director and and Jung Jin-young takes the popularity award:
Via E Daily