The annual Hong Kong Film Awards were held last night and a film that revolves around Hong Kong’s possibility upon its official return to China in 2025 took the top prize of Best Film. The film, a series of five stories entitled Ten Years won the big award. The film had a release in Hong Kong, but Mainland China refused to screen the film due to its storyline.

While Ten Years took the top prize, the ceremony truly belonged to the Hong Kong crime thriller Port of Call, based on a true story, which nabbed seven awards. Tsui Hark won the Best Director Award for The Taking of Tiger MountainNicky Li won the Best Action Choreography award for his work in SPL 2, which will be getting a U.S. release in May with the new name Killzone 2.

Li Lihua received the Lifetime Achievement Award while actor/lighting expert Chow Wing-Kwong won the Professional Achievement Award.

Here is the complete list of winners. A big Congratulations goes out to them!!!

Best Film
Ten Years

Best Director
Tsui Hark, The Taking of Tiger Mountain

Best Actor
Aaron Kwok, Port of Call

Best Actress
Jessie Li, Port of Call

Best Supporting Actor
Michael Ning, Port of Call

Best Supporting Actress
Elaine Jin, Port of Call

Best New Performer
Michael Ning, Port of Call

Best Screenplay
Philip Yung, Port of Call

Best Cinematography
Christopher Doyle, Port of Call

Best Film Editing
Cheung Ka-Fai, Ip Man 3

Best Art Direction
William Chang & Yau Wai-Ming, Office

Best Costume & Make-Up Design
Yee Chung-Man, Monster Hunt

Best Action Choreography
Nicky Li, SPL 2

Best Sound Design
Kinson Tsang, George Lee, and Yiu Chun-Hin, The Taking of Tiger Mountain

Best Visual Effects
Jason Snell, Ellen Poon, and Tang Bingbing, Monster Hunt

Best New Director
Raman Hui, Monster Hunt

Best Original Film Score
Dayu Lo and Chan Fai-Young, Office

Best Original Song
We Almost Fly, She Remembers He Forgets

Best Film from Mainland China and Taiwan
The Assassin