Born in Hong Kong in 1959, Bennie Chan Chi-shun joined the film industry in 1981, serving as continuity person, assistant director and producer. He then worked at The Artiste Campus, a talent agency ran by Jackie Chan and Willie Chan, later teaming with Willie Chan to form Rich Film Productions, producing such films as Off Track (1991) and Lethal Panther (1991). Chan also partnered with Jimmy Law to establish Suen Wo Film Productions, making several films that include Gangs ’92 (1992), Fatal Love (1993) and Highway Man (1995).
He also worked as producer for several companies, producing over a dozen films, including Enter the Phoenix (2004) and House of Fury (2005), directing and starring Stephen Fung.
Chan debuted as a director with the horror thriller Human Pork Chop (2001), taking up the role again with Feel It… Say It (2006), a comedy starring Eric Kot and Candy Lo.
He passed away in 2007, at age 48, of lung cancer.
|Year||Chinese name||English name||Directors|
||Feel It...Say It...|
||Human Pork Chop|