Never Here will headed to LA Film Festival and will be holding a world premiere
07-06-2017

English thriller presented by “Making Horror”, Never Here, has been selected by LA Film Festival and will be holding a world premiere in Los Angeles on 18 June.
LOVE OFF THE CUFF was announced as the opening and closing film of two film festivals separately.
08-03-2017

LOVE OFF THE CUFF was recently announced as the opening film of Hong Kong International Film Festival. The world premiere of the movie will be hold on 11th April in Hong Kong Cultural Centre. Meanwhile, the movie is the closing film of Golden Horse Fantastic Film Festival and Director Pang Ho-Cheung is going to have a meeting with the fans in Taiwan. Please pay attention if interested.
APPRENTICE awarded at two American Film Festival
17-11-2016

APPRENTICE is greatly loved by foreign film critics. It wins the Golden Orchid Special Mention for BEST ACTING ENSEMBLE at the 36th Hawaii International Film Festival and an Interfaith Awards at the 25th St. Louis International Film Festival.
DOG DAYS selected to screen at Bogota International Film Festival
09-10-2016

DOG DAYS has been selected to screen in the Alone Against All at the 3rd Bogota International Film Festival in Colombia. There will be two screening sessions, interested parties, please refer to the details below or click HERE to know more about the film.

DOG DAYS screening time:
11/10 (Tue) 4:00pm Multiplex Andino
12/10 (Wed) 4:30pm Multiplex Avenida Chile

Singaporean filmmaker Boo Junfeng wins award at Busan International Film Festival
08-10-2016

Singaporean filmmaker Boo Junfeng has bagged the coveted Rising Director Award for his critically acclaimed APPRENTICE at the 2016 Busan International Film Festival (BIFF)’s Asia Star Awards last night. Meanwhile, it is announced that APPRENTICE will be competing in the Asian Next Wave section at the 4th QCinema International Film Festival.
DOG DAYS will be screening at the 52nd Hong Kong Asian Film Festival
21-09-2016

DOG DAYS produced by Pang Ho-cheung, starring Huang Lu, Luo Lanshan and Tian Muchen is written and directed by the American rising star Jordan Schiele. DOG DAYS has been invited to screen at the 52nd Hong Kong Asian Film Festival after making its way to prestige film festival in Berlin, Beijing and Chicago.

Producer Pang Ho-cheung will be at the event on 14/10 (Fri) at 7:30pm after DOG DAYS’ screening to discuss the work with local audience.

DOG DAYS screening time:
14/10 (Fri) 7:30pm Broadway Cinematheque
15/10 (Sat) 4:50pm PALACE IFC

APPRENTICE hits multiple international film festival and has been selected as Singapore’s submission for Oscar Best Foreign Language Film
15-09-2016

Pang Ho-cheung has helped produced a film APPRENTICE, directed by the uprising Singaopre director Boo Junfeng. The film has been invited to multiple international film festivals across the world and received positive feedback from international film critics and a standing ovation. In recent news, Singapore has appointed APPRENTICE as the country’s submission for the 2017 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
LAZY, HAZY, CRAZY will head towards the Fantasia International Film Festival in Canada
17-06-2016

LAZY, HAZY, CRAZY has been selected as the official selection of the 20th Fantasia International Film Festival and it will be making its premiere in Canada.
Making Film announces to shoot LOVE IN A PUFF trilogy in Fall 2016
06-06-2016

Following to the 2012 sequel LOVE IN THE BUFF, Making Film announces to shoot the third film of the series, LOVE OFF THE CUFF. Original cast has been confirmed to be returning for the sequel. Shooting will take place in Fall 2016 and is expected to be released in Summer 2017.
After gaining huge success at Cannes Film Festival, APPRENTICE dashes out of Asia, making its way to New York Asian Film Festival
29-05-2016

After gaining huge success at Cannes Film Festival, APPRENTICE will be making its premiere in Australia and will be screened at Sydney Film Festival in three weeks. For more details, please click HERE
LAZY, HAZY, CRAZY dashes out of Asia, making its way to New York Asian Film Festival
14-05-2016

The New York Asian Film Festival has just revealed the 15 key titles that shape the themes of their 15th anniversary edition. LAZY, HAZY, CRAZY is honored to be selected as one of the key titles and will be making its premiere in North America.
DOG DAYS highly praised by renowned film magazine The Hollywood Reporter
20-04-2016

“American Director Jordan Schiele carefully composed and directed his first Chinese debut DOG DAYS. Based on true events, Schiele brought on China’s most pressing issues — among them the impact of its one-child policy, child trafficking and the extreme disparity between the rich and the poor onto the big screen. Huang Lu, playing as the single mother, has a strong central performance that carried the film to its modest heights, bouncing wildly and vividly between rage, despair and relief, but never overstating her emotions. DOG DAYS keeps things spare and actions are never grandiose, so that the audience can easily resonate with the movie.”

The Hollywood Reporter

For more information, please click HERE

Presented by Making Film and four other countries, psychological drama APPRENTICE competes at Cannes Film Festival
15-04-2016

Singaporean film-maker Boo Junfeng will be returning to prestigious Cannes Film Festival with his second feature APPRENTICE. Director Boo is excited to be selected to compete at the Un Certain Regard Section of the festival for the first time. He has spent 5 years of time in preparation for the movie and is extremely honored to work with 5 different countries and cities, namely Singapore, Hong Kong, Germany, France and Australia, in bringing the movie to the big screen.

CLICK HERE to watch the trailer

LAZY, HAZY, CRAZY shines across Asia, heading towards Seoul International Youth Film Festival
07-04-2016

After hitting Osaka Film Festival in Japan, LAZY, HAZY, CRAZY has been selected to screen at the 18th Seoul International Youth Film Festival and continues to shine across Asia. The Seoul International Youth Film Festival founded since 1999, is one of the most historic film festival in Korea, aiming to promote broader international exchanges among talented cine kids. The festival will hold its opening ceremony on 25th August in Seoul and will screen international works for a week.
American Director Jordan Schiele’s first feature film DOG DAYS debuts in China at the 6th Beijing International Film Festival
03-04-2016

Directed and written by American rising Director Jordan Schiele, DOG DAYS is honored to be selected to screen at the 6th Beijing International Film Festival. DOG DAYS, starring Huang Lu of BLIND MASSAGE and young actors Luo Lanshan and Tian Muchen, was recently shortlisted to compete at the 66th Berlin International Film Festival in its Panorama Section. It is particularly noteworthy that this has been the first film ever, directed by an American director, to be selected to the Chinese Stories Section of the Beijing International Film Festival. For more details, please click here
First-time curator Pang Ho-cheung holds his first art exhibition “REBORN”
23-03-2016

Taking time from his weighty duties, Director Pang Ho-cheung planned his first art exhibition “REBORN”. The idea of this exhibition came from re-designing the movie posters of his works for his newly published movie screenplay box set. He mentioned that this has been the golden opportunity to collaborate with artists from around the world and a chance to give his work a fresh new look. Director Pang has invited 10 artists from Italy, Poland, America, Australia and Peru to recreate his movie poster, which will be showcased in his upcoming art exhibition at The Cat Street Gallery in Sheung Wan from April 1-10.
Ashina and Koyi of LAZY, HAZY CRAZY is highly loved by Japan's audience
15-03-2016

The 11th Osaka Asian Film Festival ended successfully on March 13. The two female leads Ashina and Koyi appeared at the event and was enthusiastically swarmed by the audience. Koyi, who made her movie debut in LAZY, HAZY, CRAZY, thanked Producer Pang Ho-cheung and Director Luk Yee-sum at the event, for giving her this role as Chloe. She is grateful that she has had the opportunity to experience different movie culture from various countries and the chance to walk on red carpet of prestige film festivals.
LAZY, HAZY, CRAZY is invited to screen at the Osaka Asian Film Festival
03-03-2016

The Osaka Asian Film Festival has just announced its full lineup of films for this year’s festival. LAZY, HAZY, CRAZY, produced by Pang Ho-cheung and the first directorial debut of Luk Yee-sum, has been invited to screen in the “Special Focus on Hong Kong 2016” section at the 11th Osaka Asian Film Festival. Two out of the three leads – Ashina and Koyi will be at the event, meeting with the local audience.
DOG DAYS world premieres at Berlin: Director Jordan greatly influenced by Jia Zhangke
19-02-2016

American director Jordan Schiele filmed his first feature film DOG DAYS in China. The film had its world premiere in Germany at the 66th Berlin International Film Festival. Together with the film's female lead Huang Lu, Director Jordan discussed his work and interacted with international reporters at the press conference. Although Director Jordan is American, he has been living in China for years and can speak fluent Chinese. He even expressed his respect to Chinese film director Jia Zhangke, saying Jia has inspired him a lot throughout his filmmaking journey. For more details, please CLICK HERE
APPRENTICE teaser poster released
15-02-2016

Presented by Making Film and produced by Peanut Productions and Zhao Wei Films, the teaser poster of a tense psychological drama APPRENTICE is released.

APPRENTICE takes place in the territory’s top prison where Aiman, a 28-year-old correctional officer, is transferred to the territory’s top prison. He strikes up a friendship with Rahim, who is revealed to be the chief executioner of the prison, and one of the world’s most prolific. Can Aiman overcome his conscience and a past that haunts him to become the executioner’s apprentice?

Pang Ho-cheung’s new production DOG DAYS, competes at the Berlin International Film Festival
21-01-2016

Social drama DOG DAYS, presented by Sun Entertainment and a new Making Film production, has been selected for the Panorama Section and received a Best First Feature Award nomination at the 66th Berlin International Film Festival.

DOG DAYS, starring Huang Lu of BLIND MASSAGE, Luo Lanshan of A TOUCH OF SIN and Tian Muchen as the main leads of the film, is written and directed by the American rising star Jordan Schiele. This first feature film of Jordan has created noise in the industry. The screenplay of the film has reached the semi-finals of the Oscars’ Nicholl Fellowship in screenwriting and was selected for the 25th session of the Residence of Cannes Film Festival.

LAZY, HAZY, CRAZY selected for the Asian Future Competition at the Tokyo International Film Festival 2015
30-09-2015

A Making Film production produced by Pang Ho-cheung, LAZY, HAZY, CRAZY is the first directorial debut of Luk Yee-sum, screenwriter of LOVE IN THE BUFF and VULGARIA. The film will be having its world premiere at the 28th Tokyo International Film Festival and the honor to compete in the Asian Future line-up section. Together with the three leads – Koyi, Ashina, and Fish, director Luk Yee-sum will be at the event to discuss their work with the audience. The film will shortly be released on 29th October in all cinemas across Hong Kong.
Making Horror : a Making Film brand
29-09-2015

Making Horror is a Making Film brand that focuses on horror and thriller films. We have recently completed the animated opening logo for Making Horror, thanks to the Mexican design team Anagrama and music composer Peter Kam. The design implicitly presented elements of terror and mystery through the inconsistently distorted logo, which depicts the concept of spirits creating disturbances to television waves when they are around. It is yet to decide in which film the logo will first appear in. While in anticipation of the logo's debut, here's a sneak peek of it, hoping it will have association with quality horror films in the near future.
Making Horror presents psychological thriller DISMISSED
19-09-2015

Making Horror is delighted to partner with BoulderLight Pictures in presenting a psychological thriller DISMISSED. The film is currently filming in Los Angles, which will be produced by filmmaker Pang Ho-cheung and starring Kent Osborne and Dylan Sprouse in the lead roles. DISMISSED is to be anticipated as it marks a first for thriller movies that writes about the academic pressure of a psychopathic student who will stop at nothing to get an ‘A’. For more details of DISMISSED, please CLICK HERE
Making Horror’s first English film YOU WERE NEVER HERE
30-07-2015

Making Film sub-brand “Making Horror” presents English thriller YOU WERE NEVER HERE. The movie filmed in New York is directed by Camille Thoman and starring Mireille Enos, the female lead of TV series THE KILLING and disaster film WORLD WAR Z. The story introduces us to an installation artist who follows and photographs strangers for her art. As disturbing events lead her to suspect that someone out there is watching her, lines blur between the real and the imaginary, crime and art, the watcher and the watched.