I went from being a musician to a filmmaker in order to express my thoughts through films. I hope I can keep learning and accumulating experience through making films, as well as get to know filmmakers from different countries and have meaningful cultural and technical exchanges. I want to get to know different perspectives through the amazing international language of film. I wish to offer my passion to cinema and eventually become a proficient director rich with creativity and imagination.
Gilitte Leung Pik-chi is a music composer and had written songs for many well-known pop singers. She made her first film, the 50-minute short Groundwalk, in 2005, which she directed as well as edited, scored, photographed and produced. (Since then, she had assumed all the behind-the-scene production posts in all her work.) Groundwalk had been screened in lesbian and gay film festivals in Japan, Berlin, Paris, Taiwan and Hong Kong. She followed up with numerous short film and video works, among which I Want To Make A Movie received the Wong Kar Wai’s Special Mention award at the 1st Journeys Award, organized by Louis Vuitton. In 2011, Leung was invited to take part in the Love More HK short film commission project, sponsored by the Li Ka Shing Foundation, and produced the short film, Nameless.
In 2010, Leung directed her debut feature, Love Me Not, which competed in film festivals in the Czech Republic, the United States and Taiwan, as well as the Hong Kong Asian Film Festival, and was shown at various international film festivals in Sweden, Argentina, Germany, Canada and Japan. Her dream is to make musicals and sci-fi films.
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