Sky Hunter is a Chinese war film directed by Li Chen. It is Li's directorial debut. The film is produced in collaboration with People's Liberation Army Air Force and is China's first aerial warfare film. It was released on September 29, 2017.
1 Synopsis 2 Cast 3 Production
3.1 Filming 3.2 Casting 3.3 Music
4 Awards and nominations 5 Asian Released 6 References 7 External links
Synopsis The plot centers on an elite group of Chinese soldiers that thwart a terrorist plot and resolve a hostage crisis. Cast
Li Chen Fan Bingbing Wang Qianyuan Li Jiahang Leon Lee Guo Mingyu Ye Liu Wu Xiubo Wang Xueqi
The film had the full support of the People's Liberation Army Air
Force (PLA), with it being the first time that a film crew was allowed
access to the military bases by the People's Liberation Army Air Force
for shooting. Military experts and trainers serve as advisers for the
movie's script, which is primarily written by air force Lieutenant
Colonel Zhang Li.
The film features various front line combat aircraft, including the
Y-20 airlifter, the J-20 stealth fighter, the J-11, the H-6 and the
J-10 multirole combat aircraft. Scenes were shot in Death
Valley, U.S; also known as the “Star Wars Canyon”; as well as
in various parts of
Year Award Category Recipients Result Ref.
Best Director Li Chen Nominated
23rd Huading Awards Nominated 
Asian Released the film was only released in southeast asian muslim countries such as: Malaysia,Indonesia,&Brunei Darussalam. this movie was only renamed as "pemburu langit". References
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