Mr. Chang Suk Ping
Art Director and costume designer, William Chang was the deputy director for Tang Shu-shuen's "Sup Sap Bup Dup" in 1975 and then went to the Art Institute of Vancouver to study filmmaking. He became an interior designer and graphic designer when he returned to Hong Kong. His first film as art director was Patrick Tam's "Love Massacre" in 1981 and since then, he has worked with numerous renowned film directors. Chang continuously worked with Wong Kar-wai since Wong's directorial debut "As Tears Go By" (1988). As from "Ashes of Time" (1994), Chang also served as Wong's film editor. Over the years, he had won over 20 awards in the Hong Kong Film Awards and Golden Horse Awards. Among his award winning titles are “Homecoming” (1984), “Days of Being Wild” (1990), “The Phantom Lover” (1995), “Lan Yu” (2001), “The Grandmaster” (2013) and “Office” (2015). With the movie "In the Mood for Love" (2000), he also won the Technical Grand Prize in the Cannes Film Festival and the Best Film Editing Award in the Asia Pacific Film Festival. In 2012, Chang won the Best Cosume Make Up Design Award at the Hong Kong Film Awards with "Let the Bullets Fly" (2010).