Lionel Chok

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Lionel Chok Ko Hon[Chinese script needed] is a Singaporean film-maker and director. His documentary, Geraldine, was premiered at the New York International Independent Film & Video Festival. His other short films were also screened in New York and Singapore. Since completing the Intensive Directing Workshop at New York University, he has written the telemovie Dirty Laundry (released in 2004 and shot on HD video).

Filmography[edit]

Series[edit]

  • Heritage Series (1988)

- awarded Best Documentary finalist in the New York Festivals
- Best Documentary nominee at the Asian Television Awards 1988

Documentaries[edit]

  • Geraldene (2001)

- Official selection in the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival 2001

Features[edit]

  • To Speak (2007)

Plays[edit]

  • Nonsensical Idiosyncrasies (2001)
  • Nonsensical Idiosyncrasies 2
  • Hearing Voices (2002)
  • Threesome (2004)
  • Adultery (2005)

Short Films[edit]

  • Writer's Block (2001)
  • Life After (2001)
  • Time (1999)
  • Nana & Damien (2005)
  • Crossroad (2006)

Digital Online Films[edit]

  • 24 Hours in Central Singapore

HD Telemovie[edit]

  • Dirty Laundry (2004)

Music Videos[edit]

  • WISH (2006)

Musicals[edit]

  • Swingle (2006)

Awards[edit]

  • Best Documentary finalist in the New York Festivals
  • Best Documentary nominee at the Asian Television Awards (1988)
  • 2007 Digital Film Fiesta Audience Choice Award

See also[edit]

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