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Benny Chan Muk-Sing
Benny Chan Mok-Sing
Born: October 7th, 1961 (Hong Kong) - Died: August 23rd, 2020




 
Filmography (1987-2021)
 
  Producer (19 films)
    Man Wanted (1995)    
    Big Bullet (1996)    
    They Don't Care About Us (1996)    
    Gen-X Cops (1999)    
    Gen-Y Cops (2000)    
    Final Romance (2001)    
    If U Care ... (2002)    
    Heroic Duo (2003)    
    New Police Story (2004)    
    Divergence (2005)    
    Rob-B-Hood (2006)    
    Invisible Target (2007)    
    Connected (2008)    
    City Under Siege (2010)    
    Shaolin (2011)    
    The White Storm (2013)    
    Little Big Master (2015)    
    Call of Heroes (2016)    
    Meow (2017)    
  Director (25 films)
    Let's Rage the Gangland (1988)    
    A Moment of Romance (1990)    
    Son on the Run (1991)    
    What a Hero! (1992)    
    A Moment of Romance II (1993)    
    The Magic Crane (1993)    
    Wounded Tracks (1994)    
    Man Wanted (1995)    
    Happy Hour (1995)    
    Big Bullet (1996)    
    Who Am I? (1998)    
    Gen-X Cops (1999)    
    Gen-Y Cops (2000)    
    Heroic Duo (2003)    
    New Police Story (2004)    
    Divergence (2005)    
    Rob-B-Hood (2006)    
    Invisible Target (2007)    
    Connected (2008)    
    City Under Siege (2010)    
    Shaolin (2011)    
    The White Storm (2013)    
    Call of Heroes (2016)    
    Meow (2017)    
    Crossfire (2021)    
  Editor (1 film)
    City Under Siege (2010)    
  Actor (1 film)
    Happy Hour (1995) ... Assistant movie director
  Executive Director (2 films)
    Goodbye Darling (1987)    
    Fatal Love (1988)    
  Writer (8 films)
    Big Bullet (1996)    
    Gen-X Cops (1999)    
    Rob-B-Hood (2006)    
    Invisible Target (2007)    
    Connected (2008)    
    City Under Siege (2010)    
    The White Storm (2013)    
    Call of Heroes (2016)    
 
 
Biography
 
  Benny Chan Muk-Sing had worked for RTV and then for TVB as assistant director to Johnnie To Kay-Fung. He was later promoted to director. He served as the executive director for Raymond Wong Pak-Ming's "Goodbye Darling" in 1987 and then returned to ATV as producer and director. In 1990, he directed "A Moment of Romance". After fulfilling his contractual obligation with ATV, he concentrated in his film career. His most acclaimed film till now is "Big Bullet", which won him a nomination of Best Director in the 16th Hong Kong Film Awards.

From the DVD edition of "Big Bullet".