LOS ANGELES -- Wong Kar-wai's "The Grandmaster" topped the nominations list for the Golden Horse Awards, the Taiwanese prizes for best Chinese-language cinema.
"The Grandmaster" collected 11 nominations including best feature and best director, leading actor and actress, cinematography, action choreography and art design.
Feng Xiaogang's "Back to 1942," Jia Zhangke's "A Touch of Sin," and Stephen Chow's "Journey To The West: Conquering The Demons."
Best film nominations went to "Ilo Ilo," "A Touch of Sin," Johnny To's "Drug War," Tsai Ming-liang's "Stray Dogs," and "The Grandmaster." Best director nominations went to Wong, Tsai, Jia, To and Taiwan's Chung Mong-hong for the territory's Oscar contender "Soul."
Nominations for 'Outstanding Taiwanese Filmmaker of the Year' went to Yeh Ju-Feng, Liao Ching-Song and Tsai Ming-Hsiu.
The Golden Horse Festival, now in its 50th edition, runs Nov. 8-28, 2013. The awards will be presented at a ceremony on Nov. 23.
'Grandmaster' Tops Golden Horse Nominations
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