My Life As McDull 2001
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McDull, a little pig like so many others, lives in Hong Kong with his strong willed mother, Mrs. Mak. His daily life resolves around school, dreams of exotic journeys, and hopes of great sporting accomplishment…but will McDull become “bun snatching” Olympic champion?
The good-natured and gaumless piglet McDull has cheered up the lives of kids, professors, housewives and CEOs, because he epitomises the irrepressible and happy-go lucky spirit of Hong Kong. Swooping shots of bustling Kowloon streets, greasy cafes, plus sights and smells of local flavour fuse with animation, live object photography and 3-D computer graphics to provide 100% “Honkie” entertainment.
“Best of the Decade” – Chinese Film Media Awards 2010
“Grand Prix (Feature Film)” – Festival International du Film d’Animation du Annecy, France, 2003
“Official Competition Grand Prize (Feature Film)” – Seoul International Cartoon and Animation Festival, South Korea, 2003
“Special Jury Prize – Best Feature Film” – Montreal International Children’s Film Festival, Canada, 2003
“FIPRESCI (The International Film Critics Federation) Award” – The 26th Hong Kong International Film Festival, Hong Kong, 2002
“Best Original Film Score” – The 21st Hong Kong Film Awards, Hong Kong, 2002
“The Best 10 Chinese Films” – The 7th Golden Bauhinia Awards, Hong Kong, 2002
“Best Animation” – The 39th Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival, Taiwan, 2002