Mak Tin-pong joined Television Broadcasts (TVB) as assistant director in the mid-1980s. He joined TVB’s rival Asia Television (ATV) in 1989, taking part in major television productions like The Rise and Fall of Qing Dynasty (1990).
He then left television for film, directing The Fatal Day in 1994. In 1999, he joined B&S Films Creation Works House and made four digital films. Returning to TVB in 2003, he directed a number of top-rated TV series, including To Get Unstuck In Time (2004), Life Made Simple (2005) and The Family Link (2007). Mak went on to work in Singapore and Malaysia and, in 2012, ventured to Mainland China to produce television series. His most recent work is Bloodbath Island, which was aired in 2013.
|Year||Chinese name||English name||Directors|
||Textiles at Heart|
||The Social Worker from the Edge|
||The Fatal Day|