Director Feng Xiaogang poses backstage after winning the Best Director award for his movie "I Am Not Madame Bovary" at the 53rd Golden Horse Film Awards in Taipei, Taiwan November 26, 2016. (REUTERS/Tyrone Siu)
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Films from mainland China dominated this year's Golden Horse Film Awards in Taiwan, considered the Chinese-language equivalent of the Oscars, with two social dramas scooping up top honors on Saturday.The film scooped the best picture prize at Spain's San Sebastian film festival in September, with Fan winning the best actress gong.Taiwan's Elaine Jin won her second best supporting actress statuette after 22 years for playing a depressed mother in Hong Kong director Wong Chun's family drama "Mad World".Wong claimed the best new director award for his debut feature film shot on a shoestring budget of around $258,000 .Nearly 50 films were nominated for the 53rd edition of the Golden Horse awards.
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