China's "I Am Not Madame Bovary" won the award for best film at the Asian Film Awards held in Hong Kong Tuesday.
At the 11th edition of the awards, director Feng Xiaogang took to the stage to accept the award for best film, as did the movie's leading lady Fan Bingbing for best actress.
Another big winner was the erotic thriller from South Korea "The Handmaiden," which took home four awards including best supporting actress for Moon So-ri and best newcomer for Kim Tae-ri.
The AFA moved to Hong Kong this year after a three-year run in Macau, to mark the 20th anniversary of the handover of the territory from Britain to China.
Here are the winners:
Best Film: I Am Not Madame Bovary
Best Director: Na Hong-jin, The Wailing
Best Actress: Fan Bingbing, I Am Not Madame Bovary
Best Actor: Asano Tadanobu, Harmonium
Best Supporting Actress: Moon So-ri, The Handmaiden
Best Supporting Actor: Lam Suet, Trivisa
Best Newcomer : Kim Tae-ri, The Handmaiden
Best Production Design: The Handmaiden
Best Costume Design: The Handmaiden
Best Sound: Crosscurrent
Best Original Music: The Age of Shadows
Best Cinematography: I Am Not Madame Bovary
Best Visual Effects: Shin Godzilla