Gratitude! I’m very grateful that I’d experienced the glorious days of Hong Kong cinema. With the gradual disappearance of celluloid, the digital era brings more room for creativity. Cameras now can shoot in 4K and projected in 4K in theaters. The maturity of technological development inspired my passion for film, making me realize that I need to work hard to catch up on the areas of personal creativity, thoughts and craft. I hope that better thoughts and messages can revitalize Hong Kong film and regain the former glories of Hong Kong.
Ally Wong Ka-fai, born in Hong Kong in 1964, entered Shaw Brothers in 1982, learning about cinematography on the job working for his father, cinematographer Wong Chit. In 1987, he served as focus puller for his older brother Arthur Wong on the Sammo Hung’s Eastern Condor (1987). With the help of his father, Wong became a cinematographer, his first project the action thriller Avenging Trio (1989). Since then, he had lensed over 70 films, including Painted Skin (2008), on which he worked with his brother Arthur Wong.
With Gigolo Revelation (1993), Wong became a director, followed by over 20 features and other television dramas. After working on Painted Skin, he began focusing on directing and photographing Mainland Chinese productions.
|Year||Chinese name||English name||Directors|
||Fear Factors||MAK Kai Kwong|
||A Night Surprise|
|2007||《A 貨B 貨》
||Loss Of Memory|
||The Corpse Spirit Is Pressing|
||A Girl Boxer|
||A Decisive Move|
||Snow Falling From The Sky of June|
||The Key To Destiny|
||Rascal Agent||LEUNG Hung Wah Tony|
||The Final Winner|
||When A Man Loves A Woman|
||To Where He Belongs|
||Fourteen Days Before Suicide|
||Take Five||CHEUNG Roman|