"Operation Red Sea" and "Tracey" Earns 17 Nominations at 38th Hong Kong Film Awards
Congratulate on Operation Red Sea and Tracey (produced with joint investment by Sun Entertainment Culture Limited) earning 17 nominations at the 38th Hong Kong Film Awards! The Awarding Ceremony will be held at Hong Kong Cultural Centre on April 14 (Sunday).
Eight nominations of Operation Red Sea
Best Director (Dante Lam)
Best Supporting Actress (Jiang Luxia)
Best Cinematography (Fung Yuen Man, Horace Wong Wing Hang)
Best Film Editing (Choi Chi Hung, Lam Chi Hang)
Best Action Choreography (Dante Lam)
Best Sound Design (NopawatLikitwong, Sarunyu Nurnsai)
Best Visual Effects (Inho Lee, Taegyun Kang)
Operation Red Sea
After a coup took place in the nation of ”Yewaire” on the Arabian Peninsula, terrorist organizations and rebel forces takes a complete control of the capital which endangers the local Chinese. The eight-member Jiaolong Assault team is assigned the task of evacuation. The terrorists' plans to weaponize yellowcake material into a dirty bomb were also uncovered. Given very poor support from the local government, the Jiaolong squad must manage to rescue the Chinese civilians while protecting the nuclear materials from the terrorists.
Nine Nominations of Tracey
Best Actor (Philip Keung)
Best Supporting Actor (Ben Yuen)
Best Supporting Actress (Kara Wai)
Best New Director (Jun Li)
Best Screenplay (Shu Kei, Erica Li, Jun Li)
Best Art Direction (Irving Cheung)
Best Costume & Make Up Design (Irving Cheung)
Best Original Film Score (Otomo Yoshihide)
Best Original Film Song “Tracey” (Composer, Lyrics and Performer: Panther Chan)
51-year-old married man Travis Tung (Philip Keung) receives a late-night call from a young writer (River Huang) in London, and is informed the death of a high-school friend, the same-sex husband of the writer. The decease reminded Travis of his long-held secret: he has always believed he is a woman in a man’s body. Following a chance reunion with a transgender Chinese opera singer, he makes up his mind to undergo gender transition. His wife (Kara Wai) refuses to accept this, his son (Siu Hin Ng) is confused, and his daughter (Siu Hin Ng)’s marriage is in trouble...What will become of Travis after he becomes Tracey?