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1987 Takes Grand Prize at Golden Cinema Film Festival
Dec 24, 2018
- Writerby Pierce Conran
KEYS TO THE HEART Wins Golden Cinematography Award
The Golden Cinema Film Festival Awards, an annual event put on by the Korean Society of Cinematographers (KSC), recently held its 38th edition and awarded its top prize to the political drama 1987: When the Day Comes (2017) from director JANG Joon-hwan, who also earned the Best Director Award. The Gold Cinematography Award went to KIM Tae-seong for his work on the family drama Keys to the Heart.
The Silver Cinematography Award went to YOON Hong-shik for Sermon on the Mount (2017), which also won Best New Director for YOO Young-uee, who shared the prize with AN Jae-seok, the director of Blue Busking (2017). The Bronze Cinematography Award went to JUNG Jae-seung for ORIGINAL SIN.
The ceremony’s Acting Grand Prize was given to superstar LEE Byung-hun for his role in Keys to the Heart. Best Actor went to KIM Yun-seok in 1987: When the Day Comes, Best Actress was won by CHOI Hee-seo of Anarchist from the colony (2017), KIM Dong-wook took Best Supporting Actor for Along with the Gods: The Two Worlds (2017) and the Best Supporting Actress prize went to PARK Ha-seon of Midnight Runners (2017).
Among the other prizes handed out during the evening were the Best Lighting Award, which went to KIM Jae-keun for his work on The Prison (2017). The Best New Actor prize was shared by BAEK Seo-bin of Sermon on the Mount and KIM Shin-eui of Blue Busking, and Best New Actress went to CHOI Ri of Keys to the Heart.