Ingmar Bergman, whom I love, once said he made films to shock people. I believe I wanted to do that with my films. No matter how bad my films are, I wish they would trigger new thoughts, contemplation of values and challenge of established views in viewers.
Born in Hong Kong, Aubrey Lam Oi-wah graduated from the University of Hong Kong, then studied film at Los Angeles. After attending directing classes of the Hong Kong Film Directors’ Guild, she joined UFO in 1995 as scriptwriter. Since then, she had established herself as one of Hong Kong’s noted women writers, with scripts for Yesterday You, Yesterday Me (1997, Love Trilogy (2004) and Wu Xia (2011). She also co-authored the scripts for Who’s the Woman, Who’s the Man (1996), Purple Storm (1999), Golden Chicken 2 (2003), Perhaps Love (2005) and The Warlords (2007), the latter two films nominated for Best Screenplay by the Hong Kong Film Awards
Lam began directing with Twelve Nights (2000), a meditative look at romance which she also wrote. Lam switched focus with her sophomore project, directing and writing the quirky comedy Hidden Track (2003). In 2002, she obtained a Master’s degree at the University of Hong Kong.
|Year||Chinese name||English name||Directors|
||A Decade of Love||MAK Chi Sin Marco YUEN Kin To CHANG Wai Hung Bryan CHAN Wing Chiu LAM Wah Chuen YEUNG Takkie LEE Kung Lok CHUNG Kai Cheong Rico WONG Ching Po|
||Anna and Anna|