Film director Clara Law Cheuk-yiu in an interview with the Post in 2005. Photo: SCMP
Film director Clara Law Cheuk-yiu in an interview with the Post in 2005. Photo: SCMP

Clara Law, Hong Kong filmmaker, on her movies about Chinese emigration, finding a home in Australia and shooting in the Outback

  • ‘Life is too precious to be wasted on things I don’t like doing,’ Clara Law once said, explaining why a film’s marketing took second place to her enjoyment
  • One of Hong Kong’s most experimental filmmakers, Law’s career has spanned five decades and a range of work, including a segment of an erotic film shot by women

Film director Clara Law Cheuk-yiu in an interview with the Post in 2005. Photo: SCMP
Film director Clara Law Cheuk-yiu in an interview with the Post in 2005. Photo: SCMP
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