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TSANG Tsui Shan

Graduated from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, majoring in Sound Design, and later earned a Master of Fine Arts in the Media Design and Technology Programme from City University of Hong Kong in 2005. Her works, screened widely in Italy, Germany, Poland and the UK, etc., consistently fuse fictional structures with true stories. Her first narrative short Lonely Planet won the Silver Award at ifva in 2004. She finished her second narrative short Où est la sortie? in 2007 with a grant awarded by the Alliance Française in Hong Kong. Her first feature Lovers on the Road (2008) won the Best Drama Award of the 8th South Taiwan Film Festival. Jessey is now working on her second feature, The Big Blue Lake.


Lovers on the Road (2008,73min, HD)
Festivals/ Awards
The Best Drama Award, 2008 South Taiwan Film Festival
Official Selection 2009 Asian Women Film Festival in Berlin
Official Selection 2009 International Women Film festival in Seoul
Official Selection 2 009 South Taiwan Film Festival
Official Selection 2009 Asian Film Symposium
Official Selection 2008 Hong Kong International Film Festival
Official Selection 2009 Dhaka International Film Festival

Où est la sortie ?( 2007, 29min, HDV)
Festivals/ Awards
Offi cial Selection 2007 French Cinepanorama HK French Film Festival
Official Selection 2008 Mapping the city screening, Cornerhouse , Manchester
Official Selection 2007 Oberhausen International Film festival
Official Selection 2007 The ifva Film Festival

Lonely Planet (2004, 25min, Beta)
Festivals/ Awards
Silver Award, open Category, The 10 th HK Independent Short Film & Video Awards Official Selection
2007 Women Makes Waves Film Festival
Official Selection 2006 Singapore International Film Festival
Official Selection 2005 Festival del Cortometraggio Italy
Official Selection 2005 Thai Short Film and Video Festival
Official Selection 2004 Sechsuchte International Film Festival, Germany
Official Selection 2005 Hong Kong International Film Festival
Official Selection 2005 The ifva Film Festival

Chan Sau Chun ( 2001, 40min, Beta)
Festivals/ Awards
Distinguished Award, Open Category, The 7 th HK Indepent short film & Video Award
Official Selection 2005 Upstairs. Downstairs - a dialogue with Hong Kong
Official Selection 2001 Planet Osaka Film Showcase in Japan
Official Selection 2001 The ifva Film Festival

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