|Born||1953 (age 62–63)
Alex Law Kai-Yui (Chinese: 羅啟銳) is a Hong Kong film director，screenwriter and producer.
Law was educated at the Diocesan Boys' School, Hong Kong, matriculating in 1971. Law collaborated with Mabel Cheung on many of her most famous films, including the "Migration Trilogy": Illegal Immigrant (1985), An Autumn's Tale (1987) and Eight Taels of Gold (1989). He wrote the screenplay for Cheung's The Soong Sisters (1997).
Awards and nominations
|Year||Film||Awards and Nominations||Occasion|
|2010||Echoes of the Rainbow (2009)||Won: Best Screenplay||29th Hong Kong Film Awards|
|2010||Echoes of the Rainbow (2009)||Won: Best Original Film Song||29th Hong Kong Film Awards|
|1988||An Autumn's Tale (1987)||Won: Best Screenplay||7th Hong Kong Film Awards|
|1988||Painted Faces (1988)||Won: Best Director||25th Golden Horse Film Festival and Awards|
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