Mabel Cheung

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Mabel Cheung
Birth name Zhang Wanting
Born (1950-11-17) 17 November 1950 (age 64)
Guangdong, China

Mabel Cheung (張婉婷) (born 17 November 1950) is one of the leading film directors in Hong Kong. She was elected "Freshman's Queen" when she was studying undergrad at the University of Hong Kong, and was an avid sportswoman representing Lady Ho Tung Hall and HKU. She is known for working with the migration issues of Hongkongers and overseas Chinese, especially before the 1997 handover of Hong Kong.

Her films include the "migration trilogy": Illegal Immigrant (1985), An Autumn's Tale (1987) and Eight Taels of Gold (1989). The Soong Sisters (1997) marks another peak of her filming career. All four films were made in collaboration with writer Alex Law.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title
2010 Echoes of the Rainbow
歲月神偷
2003 Traces of a Dragon: Jackie Chan & His Lost Family
龍的深處-失落的拼圖
Nominated - Golden Horse Awards for Best Documentary
2001 Beijing Rocks
北京樂與路
1998 City of Glass
玻璃之城
Nominated - Hong Kong Film Award for Best Director
Nominated - Hong Kong Film Award for Best Screenplay
1997 The Soong Sisters
宋家皇朝
Nominated - Hong Kong Film Award for Best Film
Nominated - Hong Kong Film Award for Best Director
1992 Now You See Love, Now You Don't
我愛扭紋柴
1991 The Banquet
豪門夜宴
Twin Dragons
雙龍會
1989 Eight Taels of Gold
八兩金
Nominated - Hong Kong Film Award for Best Director
Nominated - Hong Kong Film Award for Best Screenplay
1988 Painted Faces
七小福
Nominated - Hong Kong Film Award for Best Screenplay
1987 An Autumn's Tale
秋天的童話
Hong Kong Film Award for Best Film
Nominated - Hong Kong Film Award for Best Director
1985 Illegal Immigrant
非法移民
Hong Kong Film Award for Best Director
Special Jury Award (Asia-Pacific Film Festival)

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