劉寶賢 | LAU Bowie
 Introduction

I think being a director requires global perspective with an eye for the future while being mindful of current trends. One must absorb different kinds of information, and maintain one’s curiosity and sensitivity to human nature. The director cannot determine the scale of the production, but we can decide how much effort we put in. My motto is to have faith and stay the course. One must strive to become a true director, not just act like a director.

The film and television field is very attractive, and I am still passionate about this field. If one day I can no longer be a director, I will become a producer, and use my experience to help directors realize and complete their dreams, which will also allow me to remain in an industry that I love.

 Biography

Bowie Lau Po-yin was born in 1965 in Hong Kong. Before taking the director’s helm, he had undertaken various posts in the film industry including line producer, producer and actor. In 1999, he directed his first film, The Deadly Camp, starring Anthony Wong Chau-sang, and has subsequently made films of many different genres, including suspense, cop drama, black comedy and musical. Since 2003, Lau has been working in television as well, directing many Mainland Chinese, Hong Kong and even Korean TV series.

 Filmography
Year Chinese name English name Directors
2012 《誰說我們不會愛》
Unexpected Love
2009 《精舞門2》
Kung Fu Hip Hop 2
2005 《野蠻秘笈》
My Kung Fu Sweetheart
2004 《2004 新紮師兄》
Moving Targets WONG Jing
2003 《偷窺無罪2》
To Seduce an Enemy
2003 《我的婆婆黃飛鴻》
Kung Fu Master Is My Grandma !
2002 《Office 有鬼》
Haunted Office MAK Chi Sin Marco
2001 《發電俏嬌娃》
Electrical Girl
2001 《血胎換骨》
Blood of the Shaman
2001 《Office 有鬼》
Haunted Office MAK Chi Sin Marco
2000 《僱傭兵》
Killers From Beijing
1999 《山狗1999》
The Deadly Camp
1999 《殺人渡假屋》
Resort Massacre