The birth of a film depends on a group who provides professional spirit, realizing collective strength. A film cannot be made depending only on the director.
Box-office results and whether the audience preferences depend on the factors of timing, location and people coming together. But as long as everyone insists on the same belief and does his/ her job well, I believe the audience will recognize it. Humans work while the heaven watches over them; sooner or later the joy of harvest will be enjoyed!
The Hong Kong film industry was once regarded as the Hollywood of the East. With changes in time, lifestyles and market directions, it has lost much of its former glories. I hope everyone will continue to work hard, manifesting the Hong Kong spirit, introducing Hong Kong films and filmmakers to the world.
Roger Lau Kwok-fai was born in Hong Kong in 1964. Between 1990 and 1997, he served as senior director at TVB, working on many of the network’s major productions.
Lau ventured into film in 1999, directing Doctor In Spite of Himself (1999). He had since directed two other films.
Lam returned to television in 2000, producing and directing drama series for Asia Television. He also worked in Mainland China, producing and directing television programs.
In 2010 and 2011, he taught at the Department of Cinema and Television, Hong Kong Baptist University.
|Year||Chinese name||English name||Directors|
||The Two Individual Package Women|
||Doctor In Spite of Himself|