ๅผตๅŒ็ฅ– | CHEUNG Tung Joe
 Introduction

Those who truly love film cannot be bad people!

Those who truly love film would pursue Truth, wish for Goodness, long for Beauty, demand Independence, aspire to be different from others yet sharing with them the feelings of joy, anger, sadness and happiness, as well as the emotions for birth, aging, sickness and death. To grow and live life in the world of film is extremely busy, who would have time left for badness! No regret for this life, I wish for being a filmmaker again in the next.

I love those who love film.

 Biography

Born in July 24, 1944, in Guangxi and moving to Hong Kong with his parents at age four, Cheung Tung-joe was fond of movies in his early years. He entered the film industry in 1970, serving as actor and assistant director in such companies as Shaw Brothers, Golden Harvest and Yangtse. He went to Taiwan in 1975, serving as scriptwriter and assistant director for the director Pai Chingjui. His first film is Kung Fu of Dammoh Styles, made in 1977 in Taiwan but was never shown in Hong Kong. He returned in 1979, first directing The Incredible Kung-Fu Master, followed by a steady string of films, sometimes serving also as scriptwriter and producer. Works include Pom Pom!, with an impressive box-office take of over HK$20,000,000; The Flaming Brothers, starring Chow Yun-fat and Allan Tang; Bet On Fire, featuring Cherie Chung; Return Engagement, with Andy Lau and Tang; Pom Pom and Hot Hot, starring Jacky Cheung and Stephen Tung Wai; The True Hero, starring Simon Yam; and, My Dad Is a Jerk with Lau Ching-wan, Shu Qi and Cecilia Yip. For Twin Dragon (1991), a project launched to raise funds for the Hong Kong Film Directors’ Guild, Cheung served as writer and producer. In 2010, he directed Kung Fu Wing Chun.

Cheung acted in over 80 films and television dramas, often playing fathers and other elderly characters. Active in volunteer work, he was President of the Hong Kong Directors’ Guild, Chairman of the Board of the Hong Kong Film Awards and is currently the Lifetime Honorary President of the Directors’ Guild, Vice President of the Hong Kong Screenwriters’ Guild and a member of the Board of Advisors of the Hong Kong government’s Leisure and Cultural Services Department. Cheung was also active in early stages of establishing the Hong Kong Film Art Association, the Society of Film Editors (HK) and the Federation of Hong Kong Filmmakers.

 Filmography
Year Chinese name English name Directors
2010 ใ€ŠๅŠŸๅคซ่ฉ ๆ˜ฅใ€‹
Kung Fu Wing Chun
1997 ใ€Šๅฐไธ่ตท๏ผŒๅคš่ฌไฝ ใ€‹
My Dad is a Jerk!
1994 ใ€Šๆšด้›จ้ฉ•้™ฝใ€‹
The True Hero
1992 ใ€Š็ฅžๆงๆ‰‹่ˆ‡ๅ’–ๅ–ฑ้›žใ€‹
Pom Pom and Hot Hot
1991 ใ€Š่ฑช้–€ๅคœๅฎดใ€‹
The Banquet KO Chi Sum Clifton CHEUNG Kin Ting Alfred TSUI Hark
1990 ใ€Šๅ†ๆˆฐๆฑŸๆน–ใ€‹
Return Engagement
1988 ใ€Š็ซ่ˆž้ขจ้›ฒใ€‹
Bet On Fire
1988 ใ€Šๅฅฝๅฅณๅๅ…ซๅซใ€‹
18 Times
1987 ใ€ŠๆฑŸๆน–้พ่™Ž้ฌฅใ€‹
The Flaming Brothers
1986 ใ€Š็ฅžๅ‹‡้›™ๅ“็‚ฎ็บŒ้›†ใ€‹
Rosa
1985 ใ€Š้–‹ๅฟƒไธ‰้Ÿฟ็‚ฎใ€‹
Funny Triple
1984 ใ€Šๅˆๅ“ฅใ€‹
Challenge on Chasing Girls
1984 ใ€Š็ฅžๅ‹‡้›™ๅ“็‚ฎใ€‹
Pom Pom !
1981 ใ€Š่ƒ†ๆ่ƒ†ใ€‹
Revenge in Hong Kong
1980 ใ€Šๆ็ดฎใ€‹
The Killer in White
1979 ใ€Š้†’็›ฎไป”่ ฑๆƒ‘ๆ‹›ใ€‹
The Incredible Kung-Fu Master
1977 ใ€Š้ตๆ‰‹็„กๆƒ…่ฟฝ้ญ‚ไปคใ€‹
Kung Fu of Dammoh Styles