Andrew Kam Yeung-wah entered the film industry in the 1970s, working continuity at Golden Harvest. He joined Film Workshop in the 1980s, serving as assistant director and second-unit director.
Kam made his directorial debut with The Big Heat (1988), co-directing with Johnnie To. The film, produced by Tsui Hark and written by Gordon Chan, was a box-office success, grossing over HK$4 million. Kam went on to direct in a steady clip, including Red and Black (1991), which he also photographed, and Asian Cop-High Voltage (1995), for which he also assumed the roles of writer, producer and editor.
Kam also served as producer, production coordinator and executive director in many films, sometimes making cameo appearances.
|Year||Chinese name||English name||Directors|
||A Dead Line of Ten Days|
||I. T. Story|
||Asian Cop-High Voltage|
||Heart of a Killer|
||Red and Black|
||The Big Heat||TO Johnnie|