Cheung King-Wai

Cheung King-Wai

Hong Kong

Biography

Cheung King Wai’s first fiction short, FAREWELL HONG KONG (2002), competed at Sundance Film Festival 2002. His documentary, ALL’S RIGHT WITH THE WORLD (2008), was nominated for the Humanitarian Award at Hong Kong International Film Festival 2008. His documentary, KJ: MUSIC AND LIFE (2009), won Best Documentary, Best Sound Effects, and Best Editing at the Golden Horse Awards 2009, and earned four nominations at the Hong Kong Film Awards 2010, winning Best New Director. His fiction short, CRIMSON JADE (2010), was nominated for Best Short Film at the Golden Horse Awards 2010 and competed at Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival 2011. His documentary, ONE NATION, TWO CITIES (2011), was nominated for the Humanitarian Award at Hong Kong International Film Festival 2011. His fiction short, HILL OF ILHA VERDE (2014), was awarded Best Story at Macao International Film and Video Festival 2014. His documentary, THE TASTE OF YOUTH (2016), was selected at Hong Kong International Film Festival 2016. His first fiction feature, SOMEWHERE BEYOND THE MIST (2017), competed at Busan International Film Festival 2017 and earned three nominations at the Hong Kong Film Awards 2018.

Films Selection