Mabel Cheung

Mabel Cheung (張婉婷, born 17 November 1950) is a film director from Hong Kong. She is one of the leading directors in Hong Kong cinema.

Mabel Cheung Filmography

Poster for the movie "To My Nineteen-Year-Old Self"

To My Nineteen-year-old Self

Sparked by the demolition and reconstruction of its century-old campus, Ying Wa Girls’ School embarks on a project to chronicle the transformation of its students through the camera of director Mabel Cheung, its distinguished alumna. Following a group of young students since 2011, the documentary captures the trials and tribulations that go with the most turbulent decade in Hong Kong’s history.

Poster for the movie "Beijing Rocks"

Beijing Rocks

A rock and roll story that portrays the decay of political and cultural lacunae that have separated China and Hong Kong for so long.

Poster for the movie "Eight Taels of Gold"

Eight Taels of Gold

An ex-pat travels from New York to his home village in rural China after a long absence. On his way, he meets a familiar girl.

Poster for the movie "An Autumn's Tale"

An Autumn’s Tale

A story about a New York Chinatown cab driver who falls for college student. The story of a naive young woman from Hong Kong who travels to New York to study is filmed in New York. In the big metropolis, her streetwise cabbie cousin looks after her.

Poster for the movie "The Illegal Immigrant"

The Illegal Immigrant

The lead, arrested and processed after a police raid on a Canal St. clothing workshop. He has no status in HK, where he’d swam, or the US, where he arrived as a stowaway, to avoid metal detectors which would pick up the bullets still in his body.

Poster for the movie "City of Glass"

City of Glass

The story of man and ex-girlfriend found dead after a car crash and how their children come together to retell the story.

Poster for the movie "A Tale of Three Cities"

A Tale of Three Cities

A former spy in the Chinese Nationalist Party falls for an opium-dealing widow, as China is ravaged by war and revolution. Set in turbulent China in the late 1930’s during the Sino-Japanese War, FANG (Sean Lau) falls in love with CHEN (Tang Wei).

Poster for the movie "The Soong Sisters"

The Soong Sisters

The Soong family was a political dynasty in China that reached the highest levels of power. This film follows the lives of the three Soong daughters, who were educated in America and returned to China. Ai-ling (the oldest) married a wealthy and powerful businessman. Ching-ling married Sun Yat-sen, the revolutionary founder of modern China. Mei-ling (the youngest) married Chiang Kai-shek, China’s l