Fruit Chan Kuo
Fruit Chan Kuo is an award-winning Hong Kong director and producer. Chan began his filmmaking career in the early 1980s at the Hong Kong
Film Centre, where he served as a continuity supervisor and assistant director to filmmakers like Kirk Wong and Alfred Cheung. In 1990, Chan
made his feature directorial debut with Finale in Blood (1993). This was followed by Lonely Heart Quintet (1992). Chan made a breakthrough in
his career with Made in Hong Kong (1997), a shoestring budget film that was two years in the making. The film was released to local and international acclaim, winning the Swissair/Crossair Special Prize at the Locarno International Film Festival, and Best Director at both the Hong Kong Film awards and the Golden Horse Awards. Chan continued to direct different genres films such as The Longest Summer (1998), Little Cheung (1999), Public Toilet (2002), Durian, Durian (2000) and Hollywood, Hong Kong (2001), Public Toilet (2002), Dumplings – Three Extreme (2004), Tales From the Dark (2013), The Midnight After (2013), Kill Time (2014) and Shining Moment (2015); and the films were presented in different international film festivals.