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37th Blue Dragon Film Awards 2016 Winners

2016/11/25 | 3136 views | Permalink

37th Blue Dragon Film Awards 2016 winners. The ceremony was hosted by Kim Hye-soo and Yoo Joon-sang.

Best Film

"Inside Men" - Woo Min-ho

 

Best Director

"The Wailing" - Na Hong-jin

 

Best Leading Actor

"Inside Men" - Lee Byung-hun

 

Producer Yoon Seok-chan for Kim Min-hee

Best Leading Actress

"The Handmaiden" - Kim Min-hee

 

Best Supporting Actor

"The Wailing" - Jun Kunimura

 

Best Supporting Actress

"The Priests" - Park So-dam

 

Best New Actor

"DongJu, The Portrait of A Poet" - Park Jung-min

 

Best New Actress

"The Handmaiden" - Kim Tae-ri

 

Best New Director

"The World of Us" - Yoon Ga-eun

 

Best Music

"The Wailing" - Jang Yeong-gyoo and Dalparan

 

Park Chan-wook for Ryoo Seong-hee

Best Art Direction

"The Handmaiden" - Ryoo Seong-hee

 

Technical Award is given to achievement in visual effects, editing, costume design, or action/stunt choreography

"Train to Busan" - Kwak Tae-yong and Hwang Hyo-gyoon (Special makeup)

 

Best Screenplay

"DongJu, The Portrait of A Poet" - Shin Yeon-shick

 

Best Editing

"The Wailing" - Kim Sun-min

 

Best Cinematography/Lighting

"Asura: The City of Madness" - Lee Mo-gae and Lee Seong-hwan

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