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Celestial Movies to air the Biggest Winners from 2012 Hong Kong Film Awards!

By InCinemas  /  27 Apr 2012 (Friday)

Source: Celestial Tiger Entertainment

Fans of Hong Kong movies can now rejoice as Celestial Tiger Entertainment today announced the first and exclusive broadcast of three top Hong Kong films, slated to air on Celestial Movies in the second half of this year. Fret not if you missed the premieres of these films on the big screen as you can catch these blockbusters from the comfort of your home!

The three films, comprising Flying Swords of Dragon Gate, Life without Principle, and A Simple Life emerged as the biggest winners during the recent 2012 Hong Kong Film Awards. Held annually, the prestigious Hong Kong Film Awards recognizes outstanding achievements and the best films in the Hong Kong film industry.

Flying Swords of Dragon Gate

Clearly the blockbuster hit to lookout for, Flying Swords of Dragon Gate, which was shown in local cinemas late last year, achieved eight nominations and five awards, including Best Action Choreography, Best Film Editing, Best Art Direction, Best Sound Design and Best Visual Effects. 

(Read InCinemas Review for Flying Swords of Dragon Gate - by Eternality Tan)

Starring Jet Li, Zhou Xun and Chen Kun, this action-packed martial arts epic promises to keep you on the edge of your seat, and will premiere on Celestial Movies in July.

Life without Principle

Life without Principle, starring Lau Ching-wan, Richie Jen and Denise Ho, clinched the Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress awards. 

(Read InCinemas Review of Life without Principle - by Eternality Tan)

The movie, which premiered in local cinemas in October last year, depicts the moral struggle of three people in the midst of a global economic crisis in order to solve their financial woes. Life without Principle will premiere on Celestial Movies in September.

A Simple Life

A Simple Life, starring Andy Lau and Deanie Yip, bagged four major awards, including Best Director, Best Film, Best Actor, Best Actress and Best Screenplay. 

(Read InCinemas Review of A Simple Life - by Eternality Tan)

The show depicts a heart-warming relationship between a young master, Roger (Lau) and the servant who raised him, Sister Peach (Yip). A Simple Life is currently showing in local cinemas. It will premiere on Celestial Movies in late 2012.

(Check showtimes for A Simple Life at Cathay cineplexes here!)

Do look forward to catching the best of Hong Kong movies on Celestial Tiger Entertainment soon!

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