After completing his studies in film production in Canada, Daniel Chan Fai returned to Hong Kong, and joined the film industry as an art director and cinematographer. He partnered with director Billy Chung on numerous projects, acting as the cinematographer on nine of his films, including Trust Me U Die (1998). In 1998, he collaborated with Kenneth Bi to direct Slow Fade, which was selected to be shown at Berlin International Film Festival and Montreal International Film Festival. In this debut outing, Chan used his expertise in cinematography to express the mood of the new generation using innovative camera techniques. More recently, he was the cinematographer for director Barbara Wong on Happy Funeral in 2008.
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