Chan Hing-ka

Since 1986, writer/director Chan Hing-ka has proven himself a major player on the South East Asian film scene. The screenplay for his first flick, "A Better Tomorrow", was a collaboration with legendary action filmmaker ... Read more »

Filmography

Director (8)

Ho Ching 2 2014 (Movie)

(Director)

All's Well End's Well 2012 2012 (Movie)

(Director)

Pou hark wong 2009 (Movie)

(Director)

La Lingerie 2008 (Movie)

(Director)

Simply Actors 2007 (Movie)

(Director)

Good Times, Bed Times 2003 (Movie)

(Director)

Ho Qing 2003 (Movie)

(Director)

La Brassiere 2001 (Movie)

(Director)
Writer (8)

All's Well End's Well 2012 2012 (Movie)

(Screenplay)

Pou hark wong 2009 (Movie)

(Screenplay)

La Lingerie 2008 (Movie)

(Screenplay)

Simply Actors 2007 (Movie)

(Screenplay)

Breaking News 2006 (Movie)

(Screenplay)

Good Times, Bed Times 2003 (Movie)

(Screenplay)

La Brassiere 2001 (Movie)

(Screenplay)

A Better Tomorrow 1991 (Movie)

(Screenplay)
Producer (7)

Pou hark wong 2009 (Movie)

(Producer)

La Lingerie 2008 (Movie)

(Producer)

Simply Actors 2007 (Movie)

(Producer)

Single Blog 2007 (Movie)

(Producer)

Heat Team 2004 (Movie)

(Producer)

Good Times, Bed Times 2003 (Movie)

(Executive Producer)

Gongwu gogap 2000 (Movie)

(Executive Producer)

Biography

Since 1986, writer/director Chan Hing-ka has proven himself a major player on the South East Asian film scene. The screenplay for his first flick, "A Better Tomorrow", was a collaboration with legendary action filmmaker John Woo, and won Best Picture at the Hong Kong Film Awards. The plot revolves around an ex-gangster attempting to extricate himself from his past, and features Chow Yun-Fat in a supporting role. In 1994, Chan penned the script for "Thunderbolt", which features iconic stuntmaster extraordinaire Jackie Chan as a mechanic and street racer hot on the trail of his kidnapped sister. The Hong Kong Film Awards honored Chan's writing in 1999, when he took home a statue for Best Screenplay for "Beast Cops". The film ranks among the most celebrated in China's history, scoring four other awards including Best Picture. Chan first tried his hand at directing in 2001, helming the offbeat romantic comedy "Chuet Sai Hiu Bra", which relates the misadventures of two male clothing designers tasked with creating the ultimate brassiere. In 2004, Chan teamed with acclaimed director Johnnie To for "Breaking News

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