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Also Known As: Ann Hui On-Wah Died:
Born: May 23, 1947 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: China Profession: director, screenwriter, producer

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Leading Hong Kong filmmaker whose best works, such as "Story of Woo Viet" (1982) and "Boat People" (1982), deal with contemporary social and political issues.

Leading Hong Kong filmmaker whose best works, such as "Story of Woo Viet" (1982) and "Boat People" (1982), deal with contemporary social and political issues.

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DIRECTOR:

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  Goddess of Mercy (2004) Director
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  Yauling Yangan (2001) Director
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  Qian Yan Wan Yu (1999) Director
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  Eighteen Springs (1997) Director
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  As Time Goes By (1997) Director

CAST: (feature film)

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 River, The (2001) Film Director
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 Gongwu gogap (2001)
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 As Time Goes By (1997)
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 Who's The Woman, Who's The Man (1996) Stewardess
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Milestones close milestones

1975:
Left the London Film Institute and returned to Hong Kong to work as an assistant to director King Hu
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Directed episodes of dramatic series and documentaries for Hong Kong TV
1977:
Produced and directed a series of six short films for Hong Kong's Independent Commission Against Corruption
1979:
Feature directorial debut, "The Secret"
1987:
First screenplay, also directed, "The Romance of Book and Sword/Shue gim yan shau luk"
1994:
Debut as executive producer, "The Day the Sun Turned Cold"
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Education

London Film Institute: -
Hong Kong University: -

Notes

Appointed a Member of the British Empire (MBE) in 1997

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