- Name: Peter Chan
- Native name: 陳可辛
- Also Known as: Peter Ho-sun Chan
- Nationality: Hong Konger
- Gender: Male
- Born: November 28, 1962
- Age: 57
His directorial debut, Alan and Eric: Between Hello and Goodbye, was crowned best film at the Hong Kong Film Directors' Guild in 1991. It also won best actor at the Hong Kong Film Awards for Eric Tsang, who would become a frequent collaborator with Chan.
Chan was a co-founder of United Filmmakers Organization (UFO) in the early 1990s, which produced a number of box-office and critical hits in Hong Kong, including his own: He Ain't Heavy, He's My Father. Other critical and commercial successes followed, including Tom, Dick And Hairy, He's a Woman, She's a Man and Comrades, Almost a Love Story.
In the late 1990s, Chan worked in Hollywood, directing The Love Letter, which starred Kate Capshaw, Ellen DeGeneres and Tom Selleck.
In 2000, Chan co-founded Applause Pictures with Teddy Chen and Allan Fung. The company's focus was on fostering ties with pan-Asian filmmakers, producing such films as Jan Dara by Thailand's Nonzee Nimibutr, One Fine Spring Day South Korea's Hur Jin-ho, Samsara by China's Huang Jianxin, The Eye by Danny and Oxide Pang and cinematographer Christopher Doyle.
Chan's 2005 film, the musical Perhaps Love closed the 2005 Venice Film Festival and was Hong Kong's entry for an Academy Awards nomination in the best foreign film category. Perhaps Love became one of the year's top-grossing films in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, and received a record 29 awards. Chan next directed The Warlords (2007) and produced Derek Yee's Protégé (2007). The two films were the two highest grossing Hong Kong-China co-productions of 2007. The Warlords grossed a record RMB220 million in China and over US$40 million across Asia, and garnered 8 Hong Kong Film Awards and 3 Golden Horse Awards, including Best Director and Best Feature Film.
In 2009, Chan produced Teddy Chen's Bodyguards and Assassins, which has garnered a spectacular RMB300 million in China box office alone, accumulating over US$50 million Asia-wide. It has scored a stunning 8 awards in the Hong Kong Film Awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Supporting Actor (Nicholas Tse, Best Action Choreography, among others. It also won Best Actor awards for Wang Xueqi in the Asian Film Awards and the HK Film Critics Society Awards, adding up to an impressive 146 awards out of 231 nominations for Chan's awards track record.
Chan has a daughter (born in 2006) with Hong Kong actress Sandra Ng, although the two have no intention of getting married.
|American Dreams in China||7.8|
|Comrades: Almost a Love Story||8.1|
|Who's the Woman, Who's the Man||6.9|
|He's a Woman, She's a Man||7.6|
|Tom, Dick and Hairy||6.0|
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