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Charles Tung Shao Yung

 
 
Other names : 董紹詠
董绍咏
Dong Shaoyong
Dong3 Shao4 Yong3
Dung Shiu Wing
Charles Tung Jr
Tung Hsiao Yung
Tung Shao Yung
Tung Shiu Yun
 
Workplace : Hong Kong
Sex : Male
Activities : Director (1), Assistant Director (1), Cinematographer (17), Actor (1)

Biography

A native of Shanghai, Tung’s father Tung Ke-yi is a veteran cinematographer. The father and son moved to Hong Kong in the late 1940s for the film A Forgotten Woman, which marked the debut of Great Wall Pictures Corporation. Tung’s father was the cinematographer of the film while he became the assistant. He later joined Shaw, where director Doe Chin recognized his talents and made Tung a prominent cinematographer. He left Shaw and signed with Motion Picture & General Investment Co Ltd (MP & GI) in 1956, where he became the cinematographer for such screen classics as Our Sister Hedy, Mambo Girl, Her Tender Heart and Forever Yours.

Tung returned to Shaw in 1959 and helmed The Twelve Gold Medallions, The Black Forest, A Maid From Heaven and The Monkey Goes West. Tung was a multiple winner of cinematography kudos at the Asian Film Festival: He first won the Black-and-white category in 1959 (6th) for Doe Chin’s Darling Daughter, followed by the color category in 1966 (13th) for Doe’s The Blue And The Black; Then again in 1970 (16th) for Pan Lei’s Love Without End.

Tung also tried his hands in directing, as he co-helmed The 14 Amazons with Cheng Kang. The film is widely regarded as a classic with its grandeur scenes.

Source : Celestial Pictures
 
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Filmography
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 Between Tears And Laughter 1964 Cinematographer
 Blue And The Black, The 1966 Cinematographer
 Enchanted Chamber, The 1968 Cinematographer
 Eunuch, The 1971 Cinematographer
 Fourteen Amazons, The 1972 Director, Cinematographer
 Goddess Of Mercy, The 1967 Cinematographer
 Inside The Forbidden City 1965 Cinematographer
 Love Without End 1961 Cinematographer
 Love Without End 1970 Cinematographer
 Maid From Heaven, A 1963 Cinematographer, Actor
 My Dream Boat 1967 Cinematographer
 Princess Iron Fan 1966 Cinematographer
 Song Fest 1965 Cinematographer
 Surprise 1956 Cinematographer
 Trilogy Of Swordsmanship 1972 Assistant Director
 Twelve Gold Medallions, The 1970 Cinematographer
 Twin Blades Of Doom 1969 Cinematographer
 When The Clouds Roll By 1968 Cinematographer
 

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