From its moment of birth, film carried in its genes an amalgam of art and technology, comprising human creativity and the pursuit of dreams. I think the invention of film was driven by “interest”. By now, film has a history of over 100 years. With advances in technology, the popularization of the internet and societal development, film promises to have a diversified future. Yet, regardless of where it is going, the search and fondness for “interest” should remain unchanged. That’s why I always believe that film should bring happiness and hope to people.
Wong Tsz-ming entered film in 1997, serving as continuity person, assistant director and production coordinator. He had worked in Chinese television, directing over 20 television programs, including the series Supreme Cookery (2001). He also produced the series Romance of Red Dust (2006), starring Shu Qi, and Super Girl (2006) and directed Blue File (2008) and Where Are You My Mother (2012), which were shown in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Southeast Asia. He served as both producer and director on such series as Emerald on the Roof (2006) and Love at First Fight (2007), starring Miriam Yeung.
Wong made his debut in directing with the action comedy Badge of Fury (2013), starring Jet Li
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