Past experience does not necessarily mean future success. Only through continuous hard work and non-stop self renewal can one catch up with the pace of time. As a 63-year-old director, I am still learning.
Born in Hong Kong in 1950, Lau Sze-yue entered the actor training program at Television Broadcasts (TVB) in 1975, his fellow students including Cecilia Wong, Lee Kwok-lun and future director Johnnie To. He became a director in 1980, working on drama series, later promoted to the position of producer, responsible for many of the network’s successful productions. He had also developed a keen interest in photography.
In 1984, Lau started his directing career working for Shaw Brothers, debuting with New Tales of the Flying Fox (1984), followed in the next year by The Young Vagabond (1985). His work are mostly comedies, such as Ghost Fever (1989) and Forced Nightmare (1990).
|Year||Chinese name||English name||Directors|
||Saga of the Phoenix||NAM Nai Choi|
||Look Out, Officer !|
||My Neighbors Are Phantoms|
||The Young Vagabond|
||New Tales of the Flying Fox|