Kenny Ha Sau-hin worked briefly at Rediffusion TV as actor in the early 1980s. He directed the supernatural horror film, Ghost Cat in 1980, but it was not released until 1985 in Taiwan. Ha started working at Shaw Brothers as assistant director in 1982, and worked with various directors including Taylor Wong, Angie Chen, Angela Mak and Kam Ping-hing. Ha left Shaw Brothers in 1986, and worked for various other companies such as Always Good Film Company and Golden Harvest as assistant director and line producer. He got the chance to direct again in 1990, making Jail House Eros (1990), Vampire Kids (1991, co-directed with Keith Li), Adventurous Treasure Island (1996, codirected with Herman Yau), Dragon From Shaolin (1996) and The Dark Rose (2000), as well as the Mainland action comedy The Marvelous Cook (2000).
|Year||Chinese name||English name||Directors|
||The Dark Rose|
||The Marvelous Cook|
||Adventurous Treasure Island||YAU Herman|
||Dragon From Shaolin|
||Vampire Kids||LI Pak Ling Keith|
||Jail House Eros|