Vincci Cheuk, also widely known as Gee See Goo Bi, was born in 1979 and attended St. Francis’ Canossian College. She started working part-time in Commercial Radio at age 14, hosting segments in the popular duo Softhard’s shows. She later joined Commercial Radio full-time as disc jockey and, at age 17, hosted a talk show that became a rating sensation. She also created several radio dramas, such as the Gee See Goo Bi Family series, which also enjoyed great popularity. She went to London to study art at Goldsmiths College, University of London, returning to Hong Kong in 2010 and launching a standup comedy act in 2011, becoming the first woman Hong Kong history to stage a solo show at a large-scale performing arena.
Cheuk had been very involved with film and video work. She scripted the independent film Cross-Harbour Tunnel (1999), which was screened at the Berlin International Film Festival. Her script for Merry-Go-Round (2001) was nominated for Best Screenplay at Taiwan’s Golden Horse Awards as well as the Hong Kong Film Awards. Her screenplay for Pang Ho-cheung’s Exodus (2007) won Most Creative honor at the Golden Bauhinia Awards. 20 30 40 (2007), which she co-wrote with Sylvia Chang and Cat Kwan, was the only Chinese language film included in the competition section of the Berlin International Film festival.
She took her first turn at directing with the omnibus film Heroes I Love (2001), helming the segment Oh G!. Her short film Wrong Dial (2012) won the Silver Award at the 17th ifva Awards. Her first solo effort in directing, Kick Ass Girls (2013), is a farcical comedy featuring three female characters.
|Year||Chinese name||English name||Directors|
||Kick Ass Girls|
(Segment: Oh G! )
|Heroes In Love||SHYA Wing FUNG Stephen|