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Danny Pang

Danny Pang is a seasoned film veteran but an emerging director who had quickly established himself as a major filmmaker of Hong Kong.


Born in 1965, Pang was already a respected editor in the 1990s, winning the Best Editing prize at the Hong Kong Film Awards with the 1998 film The Stormriders. Active in both Hong Kong and Thailand, he directed and edited the Thai film, Bangkok Dangerous, with his twin brother Danny.  The film was very well received in Thailand, winning several major awards.  It also won the FIPRESCI Award at the Toronto International Film Festival. 


The brothers continued to divide their careers between Hong Kong and Thailand, directing the Hong Kong film The Eye, which was both commercially successful and critically acclaimed. With his twin brother Oxide, Danny Pang co-directed The Eye, a creepy and cool movie from Hong Kong about a blind woman who receives the ability to see spirits with her cornea transplant. What separates this movie from The Sixth Sense or even Return to Me is an award-winning performance by Angelica Lee; an interesting dual plot that leads to the sticks of Thailand; and a reliance on style and suspense, not shock.



The same year, Danny Pang also directed the Thai film Nothing to Lose.  All the while he had never ceased lending his superb editing touch to other films, winning the Best Editing prize at the Hong Kong Film Awards with Infernal Affairs.




 2000   Sausalito (Editor)     

            Only for Bad Boys (Editor)   

 2001   Glass tears (Editor)     

            Bullets of Love (Editor)

            Dance of a dream (Editor)

            The Avenging Fist (Editor)    

            Beijing Rocks (Editor) 

 2002   The Eye (Director, Producer, Editor)

            Infernal Affairs (Editor) 

 2003   Cat and Mouse (Editor)      

            Infernal Affairs II (Editor)

            The Floating Landscape (Editor)      

            The Park (Editor)   

            Infernal Affairs 3 (Editor) 



Director and screenwriter


2001        Bangkok Dangerous

2003   The Eye



  2001   One Take Only (Thailand)

  2004   Ab-normal Beauty

  2004   The Omen (Thailand)


Awards Won


The Stormriders 

Hong Kong Film Awards - Best Editing (1998)


Bangkok Dangerous

Toronto International Film Festival - FIPRESCI Award (1999) 


Infernal Affairs

Hong Kong Film Awards - Best Editing (2002)


(hkfilmart August 10, 2005)

Infernal Affairs Moves to Europe
Infernal Affairs
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