Lo Ting-kit started working at TVB as a production assistant in the late 1970s and participated in such series as The God Of Sabre (1979), The Good, The Bad And The Ugly (1979), The Bund (1980), The Brothers (1980), Five Easy Pieces (1980) and Don’t Look Now (1980). Lo left TVB in 1981, following in the footsteps of director Clarence Fok Yiu-leung and serving as Fok's assistant director on Job Hunter (1981). He went on working in the film industry as assistant director as well as producer.
Lo's first film as a director was The Supernormal (1992), a semi-documentary about various supernatural incidents, produced by fortune-teller Edward Li. Released during Chinese New year, the film was a surprise hit that took in over HK$12 million, much to the surprise of Mandarin Films. A year later, Lo teamed up with Li again on a sequel, The Supernormal II, which grossed only HK$5.35 million but managed not to lose money because of its low budget. At that point, Lo decided to retire from film.
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