Crime thriller The Trivisa was the big winner at the Hong Kong Film Awards, the city’s version of the Oscars, but a number of celebrities tried their best to steal the show.
The Trivisa is based on a true story of Hong Kong mobsters and scooped awards for best film, director, actor, screenplay and film-editing.
Co-directed by Frank Hui, Jevons Au and Vicky Wong, the film is banned in mainland China due to its subtle political messages.
Gordon Lam was named best actor for his role in The Trivisa, while the best actress award went to Kara Wai for her role in Happiness.
Eric Tsang won best supporting actor and Elaine Jin won best supporting actress for their roles in Mad World.
Stars such as Zhou Dong Yu, Zhao Wei, Miriam Yeung, Wong Chun and Gordon Lam dazzled in jewellery by Bulgari, Harry Winston and Chopard, and watches from Montblanc at the awards show.
Check out how the stars looked in our slideshow above.