Tung Lo is a painter and writer. He joined Ng See-yuen‘s Seasonal Film Corporation in 1974 and co-wrote the screenplay of Call Me Dragon (1974) with Ng and served as continuity person. He later wrote many screenplays for Seasonal Film, including Little Godfather from Hong Kong (1974), The Secret Rivals (1976), The Secret Rivals, Part II (1977), The Invincible Armour (1977) and My Kung Fu Twelve Kicks (1979). In addition, Tung served as the assistant director on Million Dollars Snatch (1976) and Bruce Lee-True Story (1976). In 1980, he co-directed Without a Promised Land with Keung Chiming, a portrait of Vietnamese refugees in Hong Kong. However, the film was banned on the ground that it may adversely affect Hong Kong’s relationship with neighboring states.
In the early 1980s, Tung worked as a columnist for Elegance Magazine. After leaving the film industry, he devoted himself to painting. He later moved to Paris, France, and had held exhibitions of his artworks in various locales around the world.
|Year||Chinese name||English name||Directors|
||Without a Promised Land||KEUNG Chi-ming Frankie|