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Tsui Hark recently became the fourth Chinese film director to join the board of judges for the 57th Cannes Film Festival in the feature films category this year. An internationally acclaimed visionary director, Hark started making experimental movies with 8mm film when he was only 13. After graduating from the University of Texas in Austin, ... See full bio »

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 2017 The Thousand Faces of Dunjia (executive producer)
 2016 Sword Master (producer)
 2013 Christmas Rose (producer)
 2011 Flying Swords of Dragon Gate (producer)
 2008 She Ain't Mean (producer - as Tsui Hark)
 2008 Missing (producer - as Tsui Hark)
 2007 Triangle (producer - as Tsui Hark)
 2005 Seven Swordsmen (TV Series) (producer - 2005-2006)
 2005 Seven Swords (producer)
 2004 Xanda (producer)
 2003 The Era of Vampires (producer)
 2002 Black Mask 2: City of Masks (producer - as Tsui Hark)
 2001 Zu Warriors (producer)
 2001 Old Master Q 2001 (executive producer) / (producer)
 2000 Time and Tide (producer)
 1997 A Chinese Ghost Story (producer)
 1997 Once Upon a Time in China and America (producer - as Tsui Hark)
 1996 Once Upon a Time in China (TV Series) (producer)
 1996 Black Mask (producer - as Tsui Hark)
 1996 Shanghai Grand (producer - as Tsui Hark)
 1996 Tri-Star (producer)
 1995 The Blade (producer)
 1995 Love in the Time of Twilight (producer)
 1995 The Chinese Feast (producer)
 1994 Once Upon a Time in China V (producer)
 1994 The Lovers (producer)
 1994 Burning Paradise (producer)
 1993 Green Snake (producer)
 1993 Iron Monkey (producer)
 1993 The Magic Crane (producer)
 1993 Once Upon a Time in China IV (producer)
 1993 Swordsman III: The East Is Red (producer)
 1992 Once Upon a Time in China III (producer)
 1992 Wicked City (executive producer)
 1992 Dragon Inn (producer)
 1992 The Master (producer)
 1992 Once Upon a Time in China II (producer)
 1992 Swordsman II (producer)
 1991 King of Chess (executive producer)
 1991 Once Upon a Time in China (producer)
 1991 A Chinese Ghost Story III (producer)
 1991 The Raid (producer)
 1990 A Chinese Ghost Story II (producer)
 1990 Spy Games (producer)
 1990 The Swordsman (producer)
 1989 A Terra-Cotta Warrior (producer)
 1989 Just Heroes (producer)
 1989 Web of Deception (producer)
 1989 The Killer (producer - as Tsui Hark)
 1988 Gunmen (producer)
 1988 The Laser Man (executive producer - as Tsui Hark)
 1988 The Diary of a Big Man (producer)
 1988 The Big Heat (producer)
 1988 I Love Maria (producer)
 1987 A Better Tomorrow II (producer)
 1987 A Chinese Ghost Story (producer)
 1986 Peking Opera Blues (producer)
 1986 A Better Tomorrow (producer - as Tsui Hark)
 1986 Liegui Aisha (TV Series) (producer)
 1985 Working Class (producer)
 1984 Shanghai Blues (producer)
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Alternate Names:

Hak Chui | Tsui Hark | Ke Xu

Height:

5' 9" (1.75 m)
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Emotion is the most essential element in my films. By taking many shots from different angles, I can bring out the emotions of a scene. The sequence's tempo can be controlled by sharp editing and by paying close attention to camera operations. See more »

Trivia:

Tsui Hark received the Star Asia Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2011 New York Asian Film Festival. See more »

Trademark:

Fast tracking big budget productions

Star Sign:

Aquarius

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