Lai Yiu-Fai International audiences are familiar with the works of the Hong Kong-based veteran cinematographer Lai Yiu-Fai, whose frequent collaboration with the likes of Wong Kar-Wai and Andrew Lau has created a string of worldwide hits such as Infernal Affairs (2002) and Confession of Pain (2006), and for which he has received many international awards.

Accolades

Jake Pollock and Lai Yiu-fai
Best Cinematography, 2012

Jake Pollock and Lai Yiu-fai

Best Cinematography, 2012

Jake Pollock and Lai Yiu-fai

Dragon (Wu Xia)

JAKE POLLOCK: After graduating from the Department of Film and Television at NYU, Jake Pollock, a fan of Taiwanese cinema, decided to relocate to Taiwan.…

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Films

Dragon
2012

Dragon (Wu Xia)

People's Republic of China
2012

Dragon (Wu Xia)

Papermaker Liu Jin-xi lives a seemingly normal life with his wife Ayu and two sons in a remote and idyllic village. Liu becomes caught up…

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