Hau Hieu Hien won the Best Director award at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival 1

Hau Hieu Hien won the Best Director award at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival 1

The 68-year-old director was honored with `Nie An Nuong` - a martial arts film with main actors Shu Qi and Truong Chan.

The closing night of the 68th Cannes Film Festival took place on May 24.

Director Hau Hieu Hien was honored at the Cannes Film Festival.

Speaking when receiving the award, Hau Hieu Hien said: `This is the seventh time I have come to the Cannes film festival. I have won an award before, I forget what award it was. This time I was awarded the title of Best Director.`

Previously, some opinions said that Nhiep Yin Nuong has strong Chinese cultural imprints and has somewhat difficult to understand details for Westerners.

Hau Hieu Hien won the Best Director award at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival

In `Nie An Nuong`, Thu Ky plays the role of an assassin, tasked with killing her ex-lover.

When asked if he regretted not winning the top prize – the Palme d’Or, the director said: `The problem is not whether you win the prize or not, but what you did in the end, how you filmed it. Right now

Hau Hieu Hien was born in 1947 and is a veteran of the Asian film industry.

Dheepan, a French film about immigration, won the Palme d’Or this time.

Film critic Andrew Pulver commented: `This may not be an easy-to-watch work from the beginning by director Jacques Audiard, but as time goes on it proves to have a stronger appeal.`

This year is the fourth time director Jacques Audiard has had a film compete for the Palme d’Or at the Cannes film festival.

Hau Hieu Hien won the Best Director award at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival

Director Jacques Audiard received the Palme d’Or for the film `Dheepan`.

The work that won the second prize, Grand Prix, is Son of Saul of Hungarian cinema.

The co-production film between England, Greece, the Netherlands, Ireland and France – The Lobster – won the Jury Prize.

Hau Hieu Hien won the Best Director award at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival

Panorama of the closing night of the 68th Cannes Film Festival.

The title `Outstanding Actress` was awarded to both actresses, Rooney Mara in Carol and Emmanuelle Bercot in the movie Mon ROI.

In the Un Certain Regard category for films with experimental elements, the Icelandic film Rams won the top prize.

The 68th Cannes Film Festival takes place in the beautiful coastal city of France from May 13 to 24 with the participation of hundreds of stars, actors, directors, and screenwriters from across the film industry.

Although it did not participate in the competition and only debuted in the Midnight Screenings program, the 18+ 3D film called Love by director Gaspar Noe is the work that attracted the most attention.

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