With a slew of box-office hits under his belt, award-winning director Johnnie To Kei-fung says he might venture into art films. 'I've been in the industry for over three decades. I'm happy that what we've done has been recognised. It's time for me to think about doing [art films],' To (below) said after receiving an honorary fellowship from Lingnan University for his contribution to local cinema this week. 'I still love making movies and when it's time for me to step away from the commercial film industry, I can pursue more artistic works.' Stars such as Andy Lau Tak-wah, Sammi Cheng Sau-man, Simon Yam Tat-wah and Cheung Ka-fai attended the university ceremony to show their support. A member of the Hong Kong Arts Development Council since 2004, To said he would put more effort into nurturing young filmmakers. 'As an honorary fellow, I'll remind myself to do more in education, not just entertainment. I'll think about how to help students and young people acquire a knowledge of filmmaking and the creative industry. We have the responsibility to do this. 'More young people are making videos and short movies today. It's much easier for them to get access to film equipment but creativity isn't just about the equipment,' he said.