Singapore’s Best Foreign Oscar hopeful Ilo Ilo took home top honors at the 50th Golden Horse Awards, where the Cannes Camera d’Or winner also nabbed Best New Director (Anthony Chen), Best Supporting Actress (YEO Yann Yann), and Best Original Screenplay. The drama acquired by Film Movement is primed for an early 2014 theatrical release. Wong Kar-Wai’s The Grandmaster nabbed Best Actress (Zhang Ziyi), Best Cinematography, Best Art Direction, Best Makeup/Costumes, and Best Visual Effects. The martial arts biographical drama, released by TWC stateside, also won the Audience Award while Jackie Chan and his CZ12 team took home kudos for Best Action Choreography. Scroll down for full winners:

Best Feature Film
Ilo Ilo

Best Short Film
Butter Lamp

Best Documentary
Beyond Beauty, Taiwan From Above

Best Director
Tsai Ming Liang, Stray Dogs

Best New Director
Anthony Chen, Ilo Ilo

Best Leading Actor
Lee Kang Sheng, Stray Dogs

Best Leading Actress
Zhang Ziyi, The Grandmaster

Best Supporting Actor
Xuejian Li, Back to 1942

Best Supporting Actress
Yeo Yann Yann, Ilo Ilo

Best New Performer
Shu-yau Kuo, Step Back to Glory

Best Original Screenplay
Anthony Chen, Ilo Ilo

Best Adapted Screenplay
LI Qiang, So Young

Best Cinematography
Philippe Le Sourd, The Grandmaster

Best Visual Effects
Pierre Buffin, The Grandmaster

Best Art Direction
William Chang Suk Ping, Alfred Yau Wai Ming, The Grandmaster

Best Makeup and Costume Design
William Chang Suk Ping, The Grandmaster

Best Action Choreography
Jackie Chan, He Jun, JC Stunt Team, CZ12

Best Original Film Score
LIM Giong, A Touch Of Sin

Best Original Film Song
I Love You, Rock Me to The Moon

Best Film Editing
Matthieu Laclau, Lin Xudong, A Touch Of Sin

Best Sound Effects
Tu Duu-Chih, Kuo Li Chi, Soul

Outstanding Taiwanese Filmmaker of the Year
Yeh Ju-Feng

Audience Choice Award
The Grandmaster

FIPRESCI Prize
Rigor Mortis

Lifetime Achievement Award
Chen Chen

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