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Gordon Chan


Gordon Chan

Gordon Chan
Chinese name 陳嘉上
Chinese name 陳嘉上 (traditional)
Chinese name 陈嘉上 (simplified)
Pinyin Chén Jiāshàng (Mandarin)
Ancestry Guangdong, China
Born 1960 (age 53–54)
Hong Kong

Gordon Chan Kar-Seung (simplified Chinese: 陈嘉上; traditional Chinese: 陳嘉上; pinyin: Chén Jiāshàng), born in 1960, is a Hong Kong film director, writer and producer. His most notable works include Beast Cops, Fist of Legend, Painted Skin, 2000 AD and Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen. In 2011 he announced and launched the productions for Mural, Four Detectives/Four Marshals, and Painted Skin 2. Though for Painted Skin 2 he dropped out as the director and the director's seat was given to Wuershan. His 1996 film First Option was entered into the 20th Moscow International Film Festival.[1]





  • The Vineyard (1989)
  • Neverending Summer (1992)
  • 1001 Nights (1995)
  • Armageddon (1997)
  • Cause We Are So Young (1997)
  • Hitman (1998)
  • When I Look Upon the Stars (1999)
  • Option Zero (2000)
  • Okinawa Rendez-vous (2000)
  • Heroes in Love (2001)
  • Funeral March (2001)
  • Every Dog Has His Date (2001)
  • Time 4 Hope (2002)
  • A-1 Headline (2004)
  • Kung Fu Master (2005)
  • Curse of Lola (2005)
  • Mr. 3 Minutes (2006)
  • Painted Skin (2008)
  • Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen' (2010)
  • Mural (2011)
  • Coming Back (2011)


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • Hong Kong Cinemagic

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