Stephen Lo Kit-sing was born in 1959 in Macau and started investing in properties in 1989. He formed Regal Films with Raymond Wong in 1991 and the company’s first production, All’s Well End’s Well (1992), was a box office hit that took in over HK$49 million. However, Wong soon left the company, citing creative differences. In 1993, the Triad boss Chan Yiu-hing, nicknamed “Tiger of Wan Chai”, was gunned down in Macau, and Lo turned his life story into film with his directorial debut, The Tragic Fantasy “Tiger of Wanchai” (1994, co-directed with Joe Chi), starring Simon Yam. Lo followed with a comedy released during Chinese New Year, The World of Treasure (1995), starring Michael Hui, which was a commercial disappointment, taking in only HK$7 million at the box office. Lo subsequently closed down Regal Films, but founded bma Investment Group in 1998, which is involved in property development, hotel, sports and entertainment businesses. In 2001, he directed his third film, Bakery Amour, on which he also acted as producer. In 2006, Lo produced My Name is Fame, which won Sean Lau Best Actor honors at the Hong Kong Film Awards. After producing Heavenly Mission the same year, Lo has not since been involved in film.
|Year||Chinese name||English name||Directors|
||The World of Treasure|
||The Tragic Fantasy - Tiger of Wanchai||CHI Chiong Chavez Joseph|
||The Tragic Fantasy||CHI Chiong Chavez Joseph|