Original Story
TSUI Hark
Scriptwriter
TSUI Hark
Cinematography
CHOI Sung-fai (HKSC)
Editor
YAU Chi-wai (HKSE)
Sound Director
KIM Suk-won
Composer
WU Wai-lap, LI Han-chang, GU Xin
Production Designer
YEE Chun-man
Art Director
Ben LAU
Costume Designer
LAI Hsuan-wu
Visual Effects Supervisor
Wook KIM, Josh Cole, Frankie CHUNG
Action Choreographer
YUEN Bun, LAN Hai-han, SUN Jiankui
Music Director
WU Wai-lap
More Cast
KWAI Lun-mei, LI Yuchun, Mavis Fan, FAN Sui-wong, SHENG Chien, Gordon LIU

Flying Swords of Dragon Gate 3D

Director
TSUI Hark
Country
China, Hong Kong
Year
2011
Genre
Adventure, Martial Arts
Status
Completed
Duration
122 min
Language
Cantonese, Mandarin
Cast
Jet LI, ZHOU Xun, CHEN Kun
Synopsis

This inn is the rumored location of a lost city buried under the desert, and its hidden treasure would only be revealed by a gigantic storm every sixty year. The gang used the inn as a front to locate the lost treasure.

The storm is arriving. But the situation becomes more complicated when a pregnant concubine who escaped from the palace came to the inn. The concubine was saved by a mysterious woman Ling, and the two fled to the Dragon Inn in hiding. Hot on their trail were the Imperial Assassins led by the powerful eunuch Yu, followed by the righteous general Zhao who was determined to take down Yu to restore order in the palace.
 

Awards & Festivals
•  Hong Kong Film Critics Society Awards 2012 — Film of Merit
•  Asian Film Awards 2012 — Best Visual Effects, Best Costume Designer
•  Hong Kong Film Awards 2012 — Best Film Editing, Best Art Direction, Best Action Choreography, Best Sound Design, Best Visual Effects
•  Golden Horse Awards 2012 — Best Visual Effects
•  Berlin Int'l. Film Festival 2012
•  Brussels Int'l. Fantastic Film Festival 2012
•  Hong Kong Int'l. Film Festival 2012
•  Fantastic Zagreb Film Festival 2012
•  Cinema Digital Seoul Film Festival 2012
•  German Fantasy Filmfest 2012
•  Helsinki Int'l. Film Festival 2012
•  Neuchâtel Int'l. Fantastic Film Festival 2012
•  /slash Filmfestival 2012
•  Films from the South Festival 2012
•  Stiges Film Festival 2012
•  Film Fest Gent 2012
•  Asia Film Festival 2012
•  Malatya Int'l. Film Festival 2012
•  Paris Int'l. Fantastic Film Festival 2012
•  Huabiao Film Awards 2013 — Outstanding Co-Produced Film
•  Lyon Festival Hallucinations Collectives 2013
•  Chlotrudis Awards 2013
•  Macao Int'l. Film Festival & Awards 2016