Petaling Jaya-born filmmaker Ho Yuhang studied engineering at IowaState University, USA but opted for a career in TV production when he
returned to Malaysia. His debut feature Min (2003) was invited to many film festivals and won the Special Jury Prize at the Festival des 3
Continents in Nantes, France. His subsequent features and shorts have been invited to an ever-widening circle of festivals and won several more prizes, including the NETPAC Award and the Tiger Award for Best Short at International Film Festival Rotterdam (for Sanctuary and As I Lay Dying respectively). His third feature, Rain Dogs, became the first Malaysian film to enter the Venice Film Festival (2006). His fourth feature At The End of Daybreak received the NETPAC Award at the Locarno Film Festival while his short Trespassed won the Financial Times’ Emerging Voices film award (2015). His latest feature is Mrs K, a Malaysia-Hong Kong co-production.