OFFICERS from the Organised Crime and Triad Bureau will interview film director Wong Ching today in an effort to identify the attackers who beat him on Friday afternoon. The 39-year-old film-maker refused to give a full statement to police after the attack, opting instead to lay low over the weekend and speak to them today. A spokesman for Mr Wong yesterday said the badly-shaken director received swollen eyes and lost some teeth during the beating, and he needed several stitches. Police suspect the attack was carried out by triads, who allegedly hold sway over large parts of the movie industry. Officers from the bureau's special division, which investigates organised crime within the entertainment industry, hope to confirm their suspicions today. During his brief statement, Mr Wong told police he was jumped from behind by three men, one carrying what he believed to be a baseball bat, outside his office in Austin Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, just after 3 pm and was kicked and punched. Mr Wong's close contact with anti-triad police officers has further aroused suspicions his attack was triad-related. The beating came after the bureau recently disbanded a taskforce aimed at stopping triad involvement in the entertainment industry, opting instead to monitor the situation through its daily duties. It was set up last year after the suspected entertainment industry connection became apparent in the gangland murders of Sun Yee On lieutenant Andely Chan Yiu-hing and film-maker Wong Long-wai. Members of the Legislative Council's security panel are expected to seek a briefing on what the taskforce achieved before being disbanded, given the high-profile establishment of the unit a year ago. Mr Wong is no stranger to triad-related themes in his films and has been accused of glamorising gangster lifestyles.