Veronica Chan Ching-yee worked mostly as producer but had directed one film, the stylized romantic thriller A Taste of Killing and Romance (1994), starring Andy Lau and Anita Yuen.
|1994||《殺手的童話》||A Taste of Killing and Romance|
Chan Chuen learned martial arts from Lau Cham, student of the legendary Lam Sai-wing, himself a pupil of the legendary master Wong Fei-hung. In the 1960s, Chan joined the martial arts troupe of famed director-choreographer Lau Kar-leung, Lau Cham's son. He later moved on to action choreographer and had directed a number of films, most of them action movies for which he also choreographed.
|1979||《老鼠拉龜》||Kung Fu Vs. Yoga|
|1980||《雙辣》||Two Fists Against the Law|
|1983||《龍騰虎躍》||Fearless Hyena Part|
|1989||《省港雙雄》||Chinese Cop Out|
|1999||《浪盗江湖》||It Takes a Thief|
|1992||《風流家族》||The Pearl of Oriental|
Chan Siu-cheung worked at ATV and TVB as screenwriter. He had also worked in film, scripting 14 Blades (2010) and White Vengeance (2011) as well as directing the ghost film Ninth of September, the Cursed Day (1996), which he also wrote.
|1996||《九月初九新娘澤》||Ninth of September, the Cursed Day|
Chan Tat-nin served as producer and cinematographer on Cable TV's long- running documentary series The Unbelievable. He had adapted the series into the feature film The Unbelievable (2009), followed by the sequels The Unbelievable 2: Channeling the Spirits (2012) and The Skeleton Road (2014).
|2009||《怪談》（紀錄片）||The Unbelievable (Documentary)|
|2012||《怪談電影：撩鬼》（紀錄片）||The Unbelievable 2 : Channeling the Spirits (Documentary)|
|1992||《赤裸迷情》||The Tangles Love|
Bill Chan Wing-biu entered the film industry in the 1980s and had worked as assistant director, art director, producer and on costumes. After directing the action thriller Money Laundry (2000), he joined ATV as director.
Chang Bing-chan entered the film industry as martial arts stuntman and actor in the late 1970s.He became action coordinator in the late 1980s and made his directorial debut with Drugs Area (1991), starring Sibelle Hu. He made his sophomore effort in 2000 with X-Cop Girls, starring Anthony Wong and Carrie Ng. He left the industry after 2007.
|1993《性劫蘭桂坊》Lan Kwai Fong Swingers|
|1973||《愛的遊戲》||Games of Love|
|1974||《七情六慾》||The 76 Humors.|
|1976||《鬼馬世界》||The 76 Humors II|
|1979||《滿宮春》||Spring in the Palace|
|1980||《Disco 性狂熱》||Disco Sex Fever|
Andrew Chen started working in animation in 1985. He joined director Tsui Hark's Cinefex Workshop in 1995, directing the highly regarded animation feature A Chinese Ghost Story-The Tsui Hark Animation (1997) while also serving as art director. The film won the Best Animated Feature prize at Taiwan's Golden Horse Awards and was named Film of Merit by the Hong Kong Film Critics Society. In 1999, Chan entered Centro Digital Pictures in 1999 and in 2001, established Jin Mei Cartoon in Shenzhen, China, specializing in animation for commercials.
|1997||《小倩》||A Chinese Ghost Story-The Tsui Hark Animation|
|1993||《夢情人》||Hong Kong Eva|
Tommy Chin Ming-cheung had worked on RTHK's cherished series Below the Lion Rock. In the early 1980s, he directed and wrote the horror film The Devil's Box (1983), which was not released until 1994 because Verdull, the film's production company, went out of business.
|1983||《鬼戰》||The Devil's Box|
Chiu Lo-kong had worked as assistant director since the 1960s, for such companies as Shaw Brothers, Golden Harvest and Lo Wei Motion Picture. Over a dozen of the films he worked on either starred or were directed by the action star Jackie Chan. Chiu had directed two films, the fantasy action flick The Buddhist Spell (1993) and the martial arts film iron Monkey 2 (1996).
|1993||《菩提幽魂》||The Buddhist Spell|
|1996||《街頭殺手》||Iron Monkey 2|
|1999||《還我情心》||My Heart Will Go On|
|1991||《轟天龍》||Fury in Red|
Chow Wah-yu had worked as producer and director at ATV and TVB, responsible for such ATV series as The Rise of the Great Wall - Emperor Qin Shi Huang (1986) and The Rise and Fall of Qing Dynasty ii (1988) as well as over a dozen TVB programs. He had also taken time off from television to direct two films.
|1991||《喋血邊緣》||The Real Me|
|2000《兩隻衰鬼晤識死》Two Courageous Ghosts|
|1988||《神功搜秘錄》（紀錄片）||Spiritual Martial (Documentary)|
Paul Chung Shing-yuen worked as a scriptwriter, penning the screenplays for Herman Yau's Nightmares in Precinct 7 (2001), Billy Chan's Partners (2001), Billy Chung's Shiver (2003) and Sam Leong's Explosive City (2004). He is the director of one film, the mahjong-themed thriller Bet to Basics (2006).
|2006||《打雀英雄傳》||Bet to Basic|
|1992||《舢舨 92》||Love on Sampan|
Fan Kung-ming worked as an editor for over 20 years, starting in the 1970s. His older brother Fan Kung-wing is also a longtime editor. Fan also ventured into producing in the 1990s, during which he directed the film Love is Over (1993).
|1993||《三劍俠與飛機妹》||Love is Over|
|1997||《完全摧花手冊》||Killing Me Hardly|
|1997||《武狀元鐵橋三》||Sam the Iron Bridge - Champion of Martial Arts|
|1995||《強烈慾火時代》||One Man and Two Women|
Ho Fan is director of the erotic film Yu Pui Tsuen (1986), starring Paul Che. He shares the same English name with another director who is also known for making erotic films and who had made another film also titled Yu Pui Tsuen (1987).
|1986||《玉蒲團》||Yu Pui Tsuen|
Ho Ming had directed one film, the erotic thriller Rapist Factory (1995). He worked in the late 1950s as camera assistant and sound assistant, moving on to cinematographer in the early 1970s, responsible for such films as the Cinema City projects Laughing Time (1980), Chasing Girls (1981) and Aces Go Places (1982). He had also lensed Yu Pui Tsuen (1987) and Erotic Nights (1989), both directed by Ho Fan, whose work was marked by beautifully photographed eroticism.
|1993||《擋不住的瘋情》||Don't Stop My Crazy Love for You|
|1997||《豪情夜生活》||Hong Kong Night Guide|
Ka Ka (aka Amy and Ga Ga) had been credited as director in a number of films in the 1990s and 2000s and also as producer, writer and actor in a number of projects.
|1998||《鬼骨場》||Hong Kong X-File|
|1998||《凶宅胭脂》||Beauty of the Haunted House|
|1999||《我老豆晤係人》||Oh! My Dad!|
|1999||《大宋艷情史》||Romance & Sex of Sung Dynasty|
Philip Kam Chi-fai was a director at TVB when he directed the feature film Crazy Boy and Pop-eye (1979). He later was promoted to producer at the television station, best noted for the series The Seasons (1987-1989).
|1979||《戆居仔與牛咁眼》||Crazy Boy and Pop-eye|
|1999||《難年大姦情》||Devil Sex Love|
Kenny Kan Kai-man, in addition to directing Foolish 23 (2003), had also written several scripts, among them the Tsui Hark-directed segment of the omnibus film Triangle (2007).
Frankie Keung Chi-ming is a cinematographer whose work includes Follow the Star (1978), directed by John Woo, and Tower of Death (1981), directed by Ng See-yuen. He has two directorial credits to his name, Without a Promised Land (1980), which he co-directed with Tung Lo and co-wrote the script with Ng, and Pandaland (1981). The earlier film, produced by Ng's Seasonal Film and a story about Vietnamese refugees, was banned in Hong Kong for the reason of endangering relationship with neighboring countries.
|1980||《越戰僅存者》（臺灣片名：《殺戮旗兵》)(聯合導演：童踣）||Without a Promised Land(Co-Director： Tung Lo)|
Ko Kam-tong is the director of the comedy Little Man Little Affair (1989). He also served as executive director on Yuen Cheung-yan's Live Hard (1989), as executive producer on Peter Ho's Hong Kong Godfather (1991) and as producer on Takkie Yeung's Bomb Lover (1995).
|1989||《大男人小傳》||Big Man Little Affair|
|1984||《男女方程式》||The Little Cute Fellow|
Lam Chi-yan directed two features in the early 1990s, The Good, the Bad and the Bandit (1991) and Something Incredible - Return of Devil (1992). He also worked as director at TVB and ATV, some of his television work including the series The Silver Tycoon (1993), Heroic Legend of the Yang's Family (1994), Justice Pao (1995) and A Better Future (1996).
|1991||《忠奸盗》||The Good, the Bad and the Bandit|
|1992||《一千靈異夜之轉世邪靈》||Something Incredible - Return of Devil|
|1992||《五月櫻唇》||Behind the Pink Door|
|1992||《桃色香居》||Two for the Bed|
|1992||《93 女愛男歡》||A Woman and a Man '93|
Ben Lam Kuen entered the film industry in the late 1970s, first working as production assistant and later as producer, contributing to such films as Kirk Wong's The Club (1981), a key work of the New Wave. He had directed two films, the comedy Crazy Nuts (1981) and the crime thriller The Turning Point (1983).
|1983||《同線車》||The Turning Point|
|1999||《水滸傳之英雄好色》||Water Margin: Heroes' Sex Stories|
David Lau Chun-ming worked as assistant director at TVB in the mid-1980s, participating in such shows as The Greed of Man (1992) and The File of Justice series (1992-1994). His most recent work is the television series Master of Destiny (2014), a Hong Kong-China co-production produced by Wong Jing. Lau had directed two films, both released in 1999.
|1999||《最毒婦人心》||The Evil of a Woman Heart|
|1999||《垂死一眼》||Last Sight from Death|
|1986||《開心鬼精靈》（台灣片名：《人工呼吸》）||Love Me Vampire|
Lau Kwok-ho worked as assistant director at TVB in the early 1980s and was promoted to director in 1985, participating in such celebrated programs as The Legend of the Condor Heroes 1994 (1994), The Condor Heroes 95 (1995), State of Divinity (1996), The Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils 1996 (1997) and The Duke of the Mount Deer 1998 (1998), all belonging to the second round of Louis Cha adaptations by the channel. He went to work in China in 2000, his latest project the television series Miss Assassin (2013). He had directed one film, Never Say Regret (1990).
|1990||《無悔行動》||Never Say Regret|
|1996||《危情追踪》||Yes Madam 5|
|1981||《綠印》||The Cold Blooded Murder|
|2007||《一樓 1 鬼》||House of the Invisibles|
|1991||《聊齋金瓶梅》||Ghost Story of Kam Pin Mui|
May Lee Yan-yi was an actress at TVB in the 1970s, appearing in such shows as Patrick Tam's Seven Women (1976). She later joined RTHK, directing programs such as Police Drama: Triad Society (1979), Crossroads: Woman at 33 (1983) and Below the Lion Rock: Flowers in the Rain (1984). She directed the feature The Story of Haybo in 1988, based on a novel by Isabelle Ni.
|1988||《喜寶》||The Story of Haybo|
|1991||《猛鬼狐貍精》（臺灣片名：《末代天師》）||Return of the Evil Fox|
|1991||《香港豪放女學生》||High School Student|
Li Yuk-chun had worked in many capacities in the film industry, including assistant directing, producing and art design. She had penned several scripts, including Big Man Little Affair (1989) and Hanky Panky (1999), the latter she also directed, second of three films she helmed.
Lin Chi-fun worked as director at TVB in the 1980s, participating in such renowned shows as Looking Back in Anger (1988) and The Greed of Man (1992). He then went to ATV, first as director and later as producer, his work there include Light of Million Hopes (2003), Hong Kong Criminal Files (2006) and Tales of Walled Village (2006).
|1995||《再世情未了》||Passions Across Two Lifetimes|
Jimmy Lin entered the film industry in the 1990s as martial arts performer and actor, later becoming action choreographer. He had directed three action films in the early 2000s. .
|1992||《艷鬼追魂》||A Sex Ghost Story|
|1980||《鬼域》||The Gate of Hell|
|1995||《殺姦 O 娘》||The Raping Murderer|
Lucas Lowe worked at Shaw Brothers Studio in the 1980s, serving as continuity person and assistant director for the martial arts maestro Chang Cheh. Leaving Shaws, he worked as assistant director for New Wave director Alex Cheung. He made his directorial debut with the English-language film No Retreat, No Surrender 3 : Blood Brothers (1989), followed by two other English-language productions, The King of the Kickboxers (1990) and American Shaolin (1991). All three titles were produced by Seasonal Film and shot in the U.S. Lowe immigrated to Canada in 2000 and worked in film and television in North America.
|1989《親兄弟》No Retreat, No Surrender 3: Blood Brothers 1990《至尊戰警》The King of the Kickboxers|
|2000||《黑暗日記》||Diaries of Darkness|
Lu Cheng worked as cinematographer in the 1970s, lensing such films as The Good, the Bad and the Loser (1976) and Lost Souls (1980). He had directed one film A Haunted Romance (1985).
|1985||《再世風流劫》||A Haunted Romance|
Lui Shui-lun served as director at ATV during the 1980s, working on such series as The Rise and Fall of Qing Dynasty (1987). Switching to TVB in 1989, the series he directed include Everybody Loves Somebody (1989) and Brother's Keeper (2013). His latest work is Under the Veil (2014). Lui had also taken time to direct the features Tender Heart (1999) and Bloody Killer (2002).
|1989||《警察也移民》||The Immigrant Policeman|
Lung Sang, aka Willie Ho, entered the film industry in the 1970s as martial arts performaer and actor, later moving up to action choreographer. He had directed three films.
|1994||《機密檔案之致命誘惑》||Rock on Fire|
|1997||《暴逆先鋒》||Special Action Force|
|2001||《戰龍》（聯合導演：胡偉成）||Dragon the Master (Co-Director : Ray Woo)|
Ma On started as continuity person and actor in the film industry in the 1970s, later working as producer. He is the director of three features.
|1984||《魚魔女》||Daughter of Devil Fish|
|1993||《色慾追魂》||The Flirting Ghost|
Canon Man, also known as Men Yu-ting, is the director of the kung-fu films The Magnificent 3 (1980) and High Price (1980).
|1980||《懲罰》||The Magnificent 3|
Ngan Lek served as assistant director at Shaw Brothers in the 1970s, working with Sun Chung on several projects. He later worked on a couple of films by New Wave director Lau Shing-hon, as production coordinator on House of the Lute (1979) and as assistant director on The Head Hunter (1982). He directed two films in the late 1970s, The Gambler (1977) and Illusions Come True (1979).
|1979||《鬼才龍虎榜》（台灣片名：《耍花招》)||Illusions Come True|
Gilbert Po Ka-tsun, director of the horror thriller Obsession (1993), once served as assistant director for Lee Lik-chee. He later switched to making commercials and his work had won the Bronze prize at Taiwan's Times Awards in 2003.
Shao Hao worked as production assistant in the 1960s and as assistant director for martial arts master Chang Cheh at Shaw Brothers. He later directed two films in the 1980s, the action film The Gambler and His Kung Fu Master (1981) and the horror flick The Horrified Dream (1984).
|1981||《龍虎雙刁》||The Gambler and His Kung Fu Master|
|1984||《兇夢驚魂》||The Horrified Dream|
Siu Bong, whose real name is Tang Chi-kit, used to be an editor at Film Biweekly (now City Entertainment), a landmark film publication in Hong Kong. He later entered television, serving as director at ATV and TVB. He had also made television dramas for the Singapore Broadcasting Corporation, on such series as Five Foot Way (1987), The Last Swordsman (1991) and Longing (1997). He directed the erotic biopic The Legend of an Erotic Movie Star (1993) and served as executive director on Best of Best (1994).
|1993||《北妹皇后》||The Legend of an Erotic Movie Star|
|1994||《摩登龍爭虎鬥》||Best of Best|
|1980||《按摩女郎》||The Massage Girl|
|1981||《春中春》||Sex in Sex|
|1981||《香港小樓春》||Spring in Hong Kong|
|1979||《梁山怪招》（又名：《野鵝烏龍招》）||Shaolin Tough Kid (aka: Goose Boxer)|
Tam Yui-ming had worked at TVB as director, on The Bund (1980), The Demi-Gods & Semi-Devils II (1982) and The Return of the Condor Heroes (1983), among others. His latest work is the China-Hong Kong co-production The Virtuous Queen of Han (2014). He directed five films in the 1990s, covering different genres.
|1986||《飛躍羚羊》（聯合導演：鄭則士、司徒立光）||United We Stand (Co-Directors : Kent Cheng, Szeto Lap-kwong)|
|1990||《千王家族》||The Family of Swindler King|
|1994||《誰可相依》||Who's My Father?|
|1996||《金瓶梅》||Jin Ping Mei|
After graduating from secondary school in 1988, Tony Tang Tung-ming learned computer 3D animation at an advertising company and established his own advertising firm in 1992. He formed Imagi Animation Studios in 1998 to produce advertising animation and later served as the company's COO before it was bought by Boto International Holdings. After producing the 26-chapter animation series Zentrix in 2002, he left the company in 2005. Tang later formed T-films in 2007, investing $70 million to make the 3D animation Little Gobie (2010), with which he made his directorial debut. After directing the live-action beach volleyball film Beach Spike (2011), he made the English-language animation Sky Force 3D (2012). His latest work is the American animation film Wings: Sky Force Heroes (2014).
|2012||《天空戰隊》||Sky Force 3D|
|1986||《淑女也瘋狂》||Only for You|
|1996||《古惑奇兵之兵行險着》(又名：《少林寺十八銅人》）||18 Shaolin Golden Boys|
|1999||《上帝之手》||Heaven of the Hope|
|1989||《我在江湖》||Fight to Survive|
|1993||《慾焰狂情》||Flame of Desire|
|1993||《唐朝禁宮風月》||The Story of Tong Queen|
|1993||《雪肌夜叉》||Liu Chai Ghost Story|
|1982||《發條蘋果》||The Black Sheep|
|1978||《黑幕》（聯合導演：黃文）||Black Society (Co-Director ： Wong Man)|
|1980||《踢竇》（臺灣片名：《黑幫風雲》）||Duel of the Brave Ones|
|1998||《心思思》（聯合導演：胡英健）||B For Boy (Co-Director ： Andrew Wu)|
|1999||《網上怪談之凶靈對話》||I. C. Kill|
|1991||《香港三級模特兒》||High Class Model|
Wong Ka-hung worked as action choreographer and actor in the 1970s. He had directed one film, Daring Kung Fu Refugee (1984).
|1984||《傻探出更》（台灣片名：《烏龍探長寶一對》）||Daring Kung Fu Refugee|
|1992||《香港性愛住家菜》||Run for Freedom|
|1992||《性奴》（聯合導演：田真)||Devil's Love (Co-Director ： Tin Chun)|
|1993||《現代情慾篇之換妻檔案》||A Wild Party|
Wong Siu-chun worked in the 1990s as producer and his projects included Triad story (1990), directed by Shum Wai, Bullet for Hire (1991), directed by Yuen Chun-man, and Deadly illusion (1998), directed by Tommy Lu Chun- ku. Wong made his directorial debut with the crime thriller The Super Gang (1984), doubling also as scriptwriter. He followed with the sophomore effort Armageddon (1989), which he also scripted, and several action films in the 1990s.
|1984||《反碗底》（台灣片名：《引狼入室》）||The Super Gang|
|1992||《1992女性寶鑒》（台灣片名：《一九九二新女性寶鑑》）||Sex of Female|
|1993||《風流一夜情》||One Night Stand|
|1992||《快樂按摩女郎》||The Happy Massage Girls|
|1993||《情陷珠江橋》||See You Next Time|
|1998||《生死邊緣》||Edge of Death|
|2000||《夜鶯呼叫》||Cry No More|
|2002||《麻辣神探》||Spice Cop (a.k.a. Hot & Spice)|
|1998||《心思思》（聯合導演：黃頌寧）||B For Boy (Co-Director : Mihiel Wong)|
|1999||《串燒三兄弟》||The Three Brothers|
|1989||《香港第一殺手》||Hit Man Kill|
|1993||《黑街血男》||A Dancing Boy in Underworld Street|
|1997||《省港第一殺手》||The First Professional Killer|
|1997||《金牌大探長》||Inspector of King|
|1985||《偷情》||Rocky's Love Affairs|
|1986||《禁果情花》||Searching For Love|
Yu Mang-san worked as production assistant at Rediffusion (now ATV) in the late 1970s, moving on to director in 1982. In 1994, he directed the television series Brother Destined (1994) for Taiwan's Broadcasting Development Foundation and won Best Director at the Golden Bell Awards. Since 2000, he had worked in Mainland China directing television dramas, making such series as Torn Between Two Lovers (2007) and Arrows on the Bowstring (2012). His latest works are Extremely Urgent (2014) and The Virtuous Queen of Han (2014). Yu had directed two films in the 1990s, the martial arts film Zen of Sword (1992) and the action thriller Where's My Gun (1996).
|1992||《俠女傳奇》||Zen of Sword|
|1996||《失鎗 48 小時》||Where's My Gun?|
Paul Yuen Sue-wai worked as production assistant at TVB in the late 1980s, moving on to director at ATV in the 1990s. He then went to Singapore to direct television dramas, winning the Star Awards for the series Out to Win (1999). He is now senior producer at Media Corporation of Singapore and his latest project is Against the Tide (2014). He branched out to directing feature films in the 1990s, making his debut with the action film Stuntmen (1992), followed by three other features.
|1996||《魂斷四面佛》||Life on the Line|
|2000||《以眼還眼》||An Eye for an Eye|
|2000||《特技情緣》||A Fatal Act of Love|
Peter Yuen Ying-ming worked as production assistant at TVB in the early 1980s, moving on to director in 1985, working on such series as Looking Back in Anger (1989) and The Greed of Man (1992) as well as The Legend of the Condor Heroes 1994 (1994), The Condor Heroes 95 (1995), State of Divinity (1996) and The Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils 1996 (1997), the last four second- round adaptations of Louis Cha novels by TVB. in 2000, he went to Mainland China to direct television dramas, making such series as Legendary Fighter - Yang's Heroine (2001), The Legend of Lu Xiaofeng (2007), Clan Feuds (2007) and Rose Under the Gun (2011). He made occasional forays into film, directing the kung-fu comedy Shaolin Kung Fu Kids (1994) and the martial arts film The Legend of Deer County (2010), the latter a Mainland Chinese production.
|1994||《笑林老袓》（台灣片名：《少林好小子》）||Shaolin Kung Fu Kids|
|2010||《鹿鎮傳奇》||The Legend of Deer County|