劉鴻泉 | LAU Hung Chuen
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 Biography

With over thirty years of experience in cinematography and film production, Lau Hung-chuen began his career in the mid-1970s as camera assistant working with the likes of Yu Chik-lim, Lee Man-kit, Chen Yung-shu, Chen Chih-hwa, Chen Chung-yuan and Mark Lee. In 1977, Lau worked as cinematographer in Taiwan before returning to Hong Kong. He had shot over 50 films, among them Lam Ah Chun Blunders Again (1979), We’re Going to Eat You (1980), Plain Jane to the Rescue (1982), Duel to the Death (1983), Shanghai Blues (1984), Prison on Fire (1987) , Undeclared War (1990), Full Contact (1992), Thunderbolt (1995), Don’t Give a Damn (1995) and Thanks for Your Love (1996).

Lau directed his first feature film, Devil Fetus, in 1983 and followed with a ghost-themed comedy, The Ghost Informer (1984). Later, he directed five films of different styles and genres, including the police actioners Champion Operation (1986) and Border Line Story (1986), the period ghost story A Chinese Legend (1991), the erotic drama Her Judgment Day (1993) and the triad-ghost blender Those Were the Days (1996).

In 1993, he founded Hang Wan Cinematic Equipment Rental, a cinematography equipment rental company with offices in Shenzhen, Shanghai and the Heng Dian World Studios.

 Filmography
Year Chinese name English name Directors
1996 《旺角的天空2 男燒衣》
Those Were the Days
1993 《剃刀情人》
Her Judgement Day
1991 《追日》
A Chinese Legend
1988 《省港風雲》
Border Line Story
1986 《哈林行動》
Champion Operation
1984 《鬼線人》
The Ghost Informer
1983 《魔胎》
Devil Fetus