Felix Chong

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Felix Chong
Chinese name 莊文強 (traditional)
Chinese name 庄文强 (simplified)
Born (1968-01-01) January 1, 1968 (age 46)
Hong Kong, China

Felix Chong Man-Keung (simplified Chinese: 庄文强; traditional Chinese: 莊文強; pinyin: Zhuāng Wénqiáng) (born January 1, 1968 in Hong Kong, China) is a Hong Kong screenwriter, film director and actor.[1]

He is one of the most celebrated screenwriters in Hong Kong and has won several prestigious awards at the Hong Kong Film Awards. Chong is known for frequently working alongside cinematographer/director Andrew Lau, and writer/director Alan Mak.

Chong's best known film as a screenwriter is Infernal Affairs, which he co-wrote alongside Alan Mak. Other films written by Chong include Infernal Affairs 2, Infernal Affairs 3, Initial D, Dance of a Dream, and Confession of Pain.

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Year Film Awards Won Occasion
2003 Infernal Affairs Best Screenplay Shared with Alan Mak Golden Bauhinia Awards
2003 Infernal Affairs Best Screenplay Shared with Alan Mak Hong Kong Film Awards
Year Film Nomination Occasion
2003 Infernal Affairs Best Screenplay Shared with Alan Mak Golden Horse Film Festival
2004 Infernal Affairs II Best Screenplay Shared with Alan Mak Hong Kong Film Awards
2004 Infernal Affairs III Best Screenplay Shared with Alan Mak Hong Kong Film Awards
2005 Initial D Best Screenplay Golden Horse Film Festival
2007 Confession of Pain Best Screenplay Shared with Alan Mak Hong Kong Film Awards
2010 Overheard Best Screenplay Shared with Alan Mak 29th Hong Kong Film Awards
2010 Overheard Best Director Shared with Alan Mak 29th Hong Kong Film Awards

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