Jira Maligool's The Tin Mine swept the Suphannahongsaawards last night (Jan 4), scooping six awards including best film, bestdirector and best supporting actor.
The coming-of-age dramais
Tocommemorate the first anniversary of the tsunami disaster, this year's awardsceremony was held outside of
Beautiful, Wonderful, Perfect walked away with bothbest actress award for Nawarat Techaratanaprasert andbest supporting actress award for Satida Kaewchaoom. The comedydrama also received best original song.
Chatchai Plengpanichpicked upthe best actor award for his performance in horror Necromancer, which also received nods for best visual effects andmake-up.
Alife-time achievement award was presented to Prince ChatrichalermYuko who is now filming Naresuan, the follow-up to his 2001 historicalepic The Legend of Suriyothai.
Actionfilm Tom Yum Goongwon a special award for 2005 top grossing local film while the film's director Prachya Pinkaew was given aspecial award for gaining international recognition.
The Tin Mine
Jira Maligool, The Tin Mine
Chatchai Plengpanich, Necromancer
Nawarat Techaratanaprasert, Beautiful, Wonderful, Perfect
SonthayaChitmanee, The Tin Mine
Satida Kaewchaoom, Beautiful, Wonderful, Perfect
Theerawat Rujitham, Hit Man File
Nitis Napitchyasuthin, Dear Dakanda
Best film editing
Vijja Kojew,Dear Dakanda
Best costume design
Apinya Chawanggool,The Tin Mine
Best art direction
Ek Iemchuen,The Tin Mine
Nares Saraphassron, TheTin Mine
Best original score
Chatchai Pongprapaphan,Hit Man File
Best original song
Neng NaiHuajai Por, Beautiful,Wonderful, Perfect