The 57th Golden Horse Awards ceremony takes place today (21 Nov) at the National Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall in Taipei, and some of our favourite stars have been spotted at the red carpet event.
40 nominated films will compete for awards in 23 categories.
Ahead of the ceremony, SARSTorm dominated the Golden Horse 2020 Film Project Promotion by winning three prizes including the grand prize. Malaysian actress Lee Sinje won two prizes for her executive producing debut ABang ADik.
See photos of your favourite stars on the red carpet below.
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