Xierzhati Yahefu’s drama, which follows the wartime friendship between famous Chinese and Kazakhstani composers, picked up prizes for best co-production film, best leading actor, best leading actress and best music.
The Composer, a China-Kazakhstan co-production charting the tumultuous life of Chinese composer Xian Xinghai swept the fourth annual Golden Screen Awards, picking up prizes for best co-production film, best leading actor, best leading actress and best music.
Held at the JW Marriott Los Angeles’ Diamond Ballroom on Saturday, this year's Golden Screen Awards were co-hosted by actress Jane Seymour and actor-comedian Kevin Pollak. The event was attended by industry heavyweights from China and elsewhere including Wei (William) Feng, chief representative of the Motion Picture Association in China and MPA Asia; Liu Chun, president of the China Film Co-Production Corporation; Mike Ellis, president of MPA Asia; and Gillian Zhao, executive vp Warner Bros. China.
Green Book scribe Nick Vallelonga, Grammy Award winning recording artist Omar Akram and The Meg producer Belle Avery also attended.