I believe film is a marathon and not a sprint. Film is something that you will continue making as long as you are alive. Having the chance to work is the most important.
Lo Chi-leung, born in Hong Kong in 1967, entered film in 1991. He first worked as assistant director, on such films as Slickers vs Killers (1991), Temptation of a Monk (1993), C’est le vie, mon Cheri (1993), The Private Eye Blues (1994), Hong Kong Graffiti (1995) and Full Throttle (1995). He started writing scripts in 1995, co-writing with director Derek Yee the script of Full Throttle. The film was nominated for Best Screenplay by the Hong Kong Film Awards, kick-starting Lo’s scriptwriting career. He had written scripts for such films as Hot War (1998), Fly Me to Polaris (1999) and Moonlight Express (1999).
In 1996, Lo got his first chance to direct, collaborating with Derek Yee on Viva Erotica (1996), which was nominated for Best Film at the Hong Kong Film Awards. His first solo directorial effort was Double Tap (2000), starring Leslie Cheung and produced by his mentor Yee. His next feature was Inner Senses (2002), for which he was named Best New Director by the Hong Kong Film Awards. His latest work is The Bullet Vanishes (2012), which garnered twelve nominations at the Hong Kong Film Awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Actor.
|Year||Chinese name||English name||Directors|
||The Bullet Vanishes|
||Curse of the Deserted|
||Bug Me Not !|
||Viva Erotica||YEE Derek|