Dick Tso Kin-nam studied drama at the University of British Columbia, Canada. He returned to Hong Kong after graduating in 1977 and joined TVB as production assistant. He switched from television to film the next year, working for Cinema City, initially as assistant director, then as art director and producer. In 1982, he joined Bo Ho Films as producer and production manager. In 1984, for director Ann Hui Love in the Fallen City (1984), he served as assistant director along side future director Stanley Kwan. In 1985, he became production manager at Alan and Eric Films. Currently, he is CEO of a production company in China.
Tso made his directorial debut with The Beloved Son of God (1988), which he co-directed with the film’s star Kent Cheng. He went on to direct over a dozen films that cover a variety of genres. Some of his key works include A Rascal‘s Tale (1991), an action film about youth gangs featuring remarkable performances by stars Sylvia Chang and Carrie Ng, and Secret Signs (1993), a triad film with realistic portrayal of gang workings.
|Year||Chinese name||English name||Directors|
||Step Into the Dark||WONG Jing|
||A Chinese Torture Chamber Story II|
||Chinese Erotic Ghost Story|
||Those Were The Days|
||The Gods Must Be Funny in China|
||Vampire Family||TSANG Chi Wai Eric|
||Second to None|
||The Unleaded Love|
||A Rascal's Tale|
||It Takes Two to Mingle|
||The Beloved Son of God|