Peter Chiang Kwok-kuen, of indigenous Taiwan descent, was born in 1948. In the late 1960s, he worked in the film industry as an editing assistant and became editor in 1972. He worked for over 40 years in Hong Kong and Taiwan, participating in over 180 productions. He won the Best Editing prize at the 22nd Golden Horse Awards for The Infatuation (1985), and at the Hong Kong Film Awards with Final Victory (1987). He was also nominated for Best Editing at the Hong Kong Film Awards for The Infatuation and My Heart is that Eternal Rose (1989) and at the Golden Horse Awards for Passion (1986) and Dreams of Glory, a Boxer’s Story (1991).
The first film Chiang directed is Revenge of Scar Face (1992), followed by King of the Sea (1994). In recent years, most of his directorial projects were horror films co-produced with Mainland China, such as Snake Curse (2004), Illusion Apartment (2010) and Cold Pupil (2013). He had been an Executive Committee member of the Hong Kong Society of Film Editors.
|Year||Chinese name||English name||Directors|
||Secret Treasure Map|
||Flaming Romance 1925|
||Ghost Meets You|
||King of the Sea|
||Revenge of Scar Face|