Ng Man-ching entered the film industry in late 1980s as lighting assistant, becoming gaffer in 1989, serving on such films as Once Upon a Time in China (1991) and C’est la vie, ma chéri (1993). After working on Feel 100% (1996), Ng started a long collaboration with the film’s director Joe Ma. Starting with Baroness (20000), directed by Anthony Lau Wing, Ng began working also as cinematographer, mostly on films directed by Andrew Lau, including Infernal Affairs II (2003), Infernal Affairs III (2003) and Initial D (2005), which were nominated for Best Cinematography by the Hong Kong Film Awards. He doubled as both gaffer and cinematographer throughout much of the 2000s, focusing on the latter duty after 2009. Some of his recent cinematography works include Sleepwalker (2011), CZ12 (2012), Rigor Mortis (2013), From Vegas to Macau (2014) and Rise of the Legend (2014).
Ng had directed two films, the horror picture The House (2005) and the erotic thriller Love Education (2006), both for Same Way Production.
|Year||Chinese name||English name||Directors|