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Stanley Kwan Kam-Pang

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Birth Place: Hong Kong Profession: Director ...
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Worked as an assistant director in Hong Kong TV
1982:
Served as an assistant director to Ann Hui on "Boat People"
1985:
Feature directorial debut, "Women", a romantic drama starring Chow Yun-fat as an unfaithful husband
1986:
Served as an assistant director to Jackie Chan on the lavish adventure "The Armour of God"
1986:
Directed Chow again in the rueful murder mystery "Love Unto Waste"
1988:
Breakthrough feature, "Rouge", a romantic ghost story produced by Chan and starring Anita Mui and Leslie Cheung
1989:
First film shot largely in the USA, "Full Moon in New York"; first collaboration with actress Maggie Cheung
1991:
Helmed "The Actress/Center Stage", an acclaimed biopic starring Maggie Cheung as Ruan Ling-yu, a great star of Chinese silent film
1992:
Feature producing debut, served as associate producer on "Ah-Ying/Ming Ghost", a Taiwanese supernatural drama
1996:
Directed, scripted and appeared in "Yang & Yin: Gender in Chinese Cinema", a segment of "The Century of Cinema", a BFI-commissioned documentary series celebrating the centenary of film; segment focused on provocative ways in which Chinese cinema has dealt with questions of gender and sexuality
1996:
Made the controversial documentary "Personal Memoir of Hong Kong: Still Love You After All These", reflecting on the year that China re-asserted its sovereignty over Hong Kong colored by his sexual orientation
1997:
Dealt overtly with gay themes in the film "Hold You Tight/Yue kuai le, yue duo luo"
2000:
Helmed "Island Tales", a parable about the change over of Hong Kong from British rule to Chinese control focusing on seven people quarantined after the outbreak of a deadly virus
2001:
Made "Lan Yu", an adaptation of a gay-themed Internet-published novel called "Beijing Story" focusing on male lovers set against the backdrop of the Tiananmen Square uprising

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