Dı I'm not a drug god, A director Wen Muye received the AACTA Award for Best Asian Film Award.
Beijing News (Reporter Teng Chao) On the evening of December 5, the 8th Australian Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards (AACTA) Awards Ceremony was held at the Sydney Star City Event Center. In the Chinese film "I'm a drug god", the Japanese film "The Thief Family" and other contestants beat the film that won the AACTA Award for the Best Asian Film Award. This was the first time a Chinese director won this award. Australian well-known actress Rachel Griffin and "Die Dan Long Wei 2" presented the award to director Wen Muye, director of the jury of the award directed by director Renee Harling. Wen Muye gave a speech on the podium: hakem I am honored to represent the Chinese film thanks to the referees who gave this award to our film. This is a movie about kindness and hope. People who pass through the film can feel good thoughts in human nature and then look at the pain in life more positively. Thank you Sydney, thank you, thank you. "
Nicole Kidman won the Best Supporting Actress Award for "Essed Boy".
AACTA honored Australia's annual "Oscar" and the award ceremony honored last year's outstanding local films. Among the many winners, Nicole Kidman has received the outstanding performance and Best Supporting Actress award for his film "The Boy Being Erased": Golden Globe-nominated actor and director and screenwriter Joe E. Gordon, best adapted for the same film won the award. Golden Globe and Emmy nominee Simon Baker won the Best Supporting Actor Award for his movie "Breath". Simon Baker is also the director, screenwriter and producer of the film.