Read the book The Power of Now recently and was greatly inspired.
Actually, being the best of oneself in every moment, living for the moment while making films, doing the best I can, that would be enough.
Oh, not enough. Need to ask myself every night before going to sleep: “Did I have fun today?” If the answer is Yes, then perhaps… the audience would have fun watching my films…
Been drinking red wine, can’t continue…
Let’s live for the moment!
Barbara Wong Chun-chun graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, majoring in acting. Upon graduation, she worked at Commercial Radio as a DJ, before going to the U.S. to study film at New York University, winning NYU Best Student Film with her graduation project. She also finished an independent feature A Carburetor for Suzy (1998), financed with her credit card.
After returning to Hong Kong in 1999, Wong made Women’s Private Parts (2001), gaining notice with her candid approach to women issues. The film won Best International Feature at the New York International Independent Film Festival. She was conferred one of Ten Outstanding Young Person in 2002 and Young Achiever of the Year, in the Women of Influence Award presented by the American Chamber of Commerce in 2007.
|Year||Chinese name||English name||Directors|
||The Stolen Years|
||The Allure of Tears|
||The Break Up Club|
||The Perfect Wedding|
||Six Strong Guys|
||Protégé de la Rose Noire||YEN Donnie|
||Truth or Dare : 6th Floor Rear Flat|
||Men's Private Parts|
||Women's Private Parts|
||A Carburetor for Suzy|