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Shu Kei (舒琪) or Kenneth Ip is a Hong Kong film director and screenwriter active during the 1980s and 90s. A graduate of the The University of Hong Kong, his most famous work is 1990's Sunless Days (沒有太陽的日子), a documentary exploring the Tiananmen Square Massacre and its influence on the people of Hong Kong in the days preceding the 1997 handover of the city to the People's Republic of China. The documentary received an OCIC Award at the 1990 Berlin International Film Festival.
Currently, Shu Kei is the Dean of Film and Television at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts.