"I am not a drug king" Wen Muye received the AACTA Award for Best Asian Film.
The Beijing News (Reporter Teng Chao) On the night of December 5 in Australia, the 8th Australian Academy Film and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards Ceremony was held at the Sydney Star City Event Center. The Chinese film "I'm Not a Drug God" defeated the Japanese film "The Thief Family" and other competitors to win the AACTA Best Asian Film Award, being the first time a Chinese filmmaker has earned that honor. Famed Australian actress Rachel Griffin and jury judge for the award, led by "Die Dan Long Wei 2" director Renee Harling, presented the award to the director of "I'm Not a Drug God," Wen Muye. Wen Muye gave a speech on the podium. "Thanks to the judges for giving this award to our film.I have the honor to represent the Chinese film.This is a film about kindness and hope.I hope everyone to watch.People who have passed in the film can feel the good thoughts of the human nature and face the suffering of life in a more positive way.Thanks Sydney, thank you Australia, thank you. "
Nicole Kidman was awarded Best Supporting Actress for her "Essed Boy".
AACTA is Australia's annual "Oscar", and the awards ceremony also honored the excellent local films of last year. Among the many winners, Nicole Kidman was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her outstanding performance in the Golden Globe nominee "The Boy Being Deleted," as well as director and screenwriter Joe E. Gordon also won the award best screenplay adapted for the same film. Golden Globe and Emmy nominee Simon Baker won Best Supporting Actor for his film "Breathing." Simon Baker is also the director, screenwriter and producer of the film.