Hong Kong Film Directors' Guild

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Hong Kong Film Directors' Guild
Key people
CountryHong Kong, China

The Hong Kong Film Directors' Guild (HKFDG; Chinese: 香港電影導演會) is an entertainment guild founded in 1989 to represent the interests of directors in the Hong Kong film industry.[1] At the Hong Kong Film Awards committee member votes contribute a weight of 25% towards the overall score of in the categories Best Director, Best New Director and Best Visual Effects.[2]

Executive Committee Members[edit]

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Honorary Presidents
Honorary Advisors
Committee Members
Members by invitation
  • Chiang John
  • Samson Chiu
  • Kevin Chu
  • Abe Kwong
  • Casey Chan
  • Lo Chi Leung
  • Barbara Wong
  • Luk Kim Ming
  • Bi Kenneth
  • Yip Wai Shun
  • Yip Wai Man
  • Kwok Tsz Kin


  1. ^ "Film Entertainment Industry in Hong Kong". research.hktdc.com. Retrieved 22 December 2016.
  2. ^ "THE 36th HONG KONG FILM AWARDS - RULES OF ELECTION". Hong Kong Film Awards. Retrieved 22 December 2016.

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