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Directing and Acting Series

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Directing and Acting Series

Ho Cheuk Tin x Wing Moa
Immersive Film Workshop


Step into the Director's Chair - Join us as Director Ho Cheuk Tin, the Best New Director of the 41st Hong Kong Film Awards, renowned for his feature-length films "The Sparring Partner" and "Over My Dead Body," shares his invaluable insights on guiding actors on set.


Alongside him, acting coach Wing Moa will shed light on their collaborative process, showcasing their distinct approaches to elicit the best from the actors in their roles.   

Through live demonstrations and interactive sessions, audience will have the chance to engage directly with the speakers and discover the transformative power of director-actor collaboration. 


4 November 2023 (Sat)


2 pm - 6 pm 









Ho Cheuk Tin

HO Cheuk Tin is a graduate of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, with a major in directing. After graduation, he participated in a wide range of projects, from feature-length film projects (Unbeatable and To the Fore), commercials, to music videos.  

Ho's first feature-length film The Sparring Partner was released in 2022 and became the fourth Hong Kong film to break through HK$40 million box office in the same year. The film received 16 nominations including Best Film and Best Director at the Hong Kong Film Awards. Ho was named the Best New Director of the year.


His latest work is Over My Dead Body, a black comedy which has just been released in Hong Kong in April 2023.

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Wing Moa

Graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (Drama) and the University of Hong Kong (Comparative Literature, German, Media and Cultural Studies), Wing Mo is currently an actress, acting coach, and emcee, actively involved in the cultural and arts scene. 


In recent years, she has been actively engaged in film and television production. including serving as a acting coach and actress for Ho Cheuk-Tin's film The Sparring Partner, Philip Yung's film Papa (unreleased) and ViuTv drama series "十七年命運週期" (unaired). She also starred in ViuTV drama series "島嶼協奏曲" (unaired) and "iSWIM".  

In addition to her work in film and television, Wing Mo has been nominated for Best Actress at the Hong Kong Theatre Libre Awards, and received the Outstanding Actress Award from HKAPA during her studies. She has participated in over 40 theatrical productions and has performed on stage in Argentina, France, Taiwan, and Mainland China. 


With extensive hosting experience, Wing Mo won the championship in the CRHK 903 DJ Competition and hosted the radio program "id人辦." She has worked as a host, anchor trainee, and reporter for TVB Entertainment News Channel, Cable TV Entertainment News Channel, and online Travel Program. She has also served as an emcee for the 37th Hong Kong Film Awards ViuTV Red Carpet. 

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