I like to start from zero, organizing thoughts into stories;
I like to be with a group of people, turning stories into films;
Unforgettable, working with the team to ramp through obstacles;
If not as director, I still wish to remain creative and remain working with teams !
But making films is indeed too much fun; can’t stop !
After graduating from Cornell University of New York, David Lee Kwong-yiu returned to Hong Kong and studied film at the School of Creative Media at City University. While still in school, he worked part-time at director-producer Tsui Hark’s Film Workshop and was later promoted to full-time. He later entered director Andrew Lau’s company, working as assistant director on such hits as Infernal Affairs II (2003), Infernal Affairs III (2003) and Initial D (2005). He made his directorial debut with Yes I Can See Dead People (2008).
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