Ricky Ko

Ricky Ko



Ricky Ko is an award-winning Hong Kong-based film director and producer. He is best known for his work on films such as The Way We Dance (2013) and Love Off the Cuff (2017).

Ricky was born in Hong Kong in 1980. He started his career as a production assistant in the television industry before eventually becoming a director. His first feature film, The Way We Dance, was released in 2013 and received several awards, including the Best New Director award at the Hong Kong Film Awards and the Grand Jury Prize at the Hong Kong Asian Film Festival.

Since then, Ricky has gone on to direct a number of films including Love Off the Cuff (2017), which was a box office success and received a number of awards, including the Golden Horse Award for Best New Director. He has also directed several short films, including Love Is Blind (2015) and My Favorite Summer (2018).

Ricky is an active member of the Hong Kong film industry and regularly serves as a jury member at various international film festivals. He is also an advocate for independent filmmaking and has been involved in a number of initiatives aimed at promoting and supporting independent filmmakers.

Ricky is passionate about making films that challenge the audience and push the boundaries of what is possible. He believes in telling stories that are meaningful and that move people emotionally. He has a deep appreciation for the craft of filmmaking and is constantly looking for new and innovative ways to tell stories.

Ricky is a multi-talented artist who continues to make waves in the Hong Kong film industry. With his passion for filmmaking and dedication to telling stories that are meaningful and emotionally resonant, Ricky Ko is a name that will continue to be seen in the annals of film history.

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