鄺珮詩 Teresa Kwong
Born in Hong Kong, she is a promoter, curator and producer for film and media arts. Currently the Assistant programme director of the Hong Kong Arts Centre, she has been leading the ifva (Incubator for Film and Visual media in Asia) in the last decade and committed to nurture the next generation of Asian talents in creative media. Miss Kwong has been invited to give presentations and curate programs about Hong Kong + Asian independent cinema for oversea institutions. She has been awarded a Starr Foundation fellowship by the Asian Cultural Council to conduct research and undertake residencies at arts organizations specializing in film and media arts in New York (Eyebeam Art + Technology Center and Electronic Arts Intermix) and Los Angeles (REDCAT and California Institute of the Arts) in 2007 - 2008.
Since 2001, she has become a member of NETPAC (Network for Promoters of Asian Cinema) and has been invited to be the jury member of various international film festivals, including Pusan, Rotterdam, Women Film Festival in Seoul and Vesoul Asian Film Festival.
She has started producing films with upcoming filmmakers in Hong Kong and China since 2006. She has participate in the renowned Produire au Sud Workshop 2008 – Nantes (France) and Rotterdam Producer Lab 2013 for co-production. "Addicted to Love" (directed by LIU Hao, 2010), as an official selection in the 58th San Sebastian International Film Festival and the Cyclo d’or award winner (the 17th Vesoul International Film Festival of Asian Cinema 2011), is her debut feature producing project. Teresa has been closely working with Tsang Tsui Shan since 2007 and produces her "Big Blue Lake" (2011, the best new director of the 31st Hong Kong Film Awards 2012 and Jury Prix for Asian New Talent Awards, the 15th Shanghai International Film Festival) and "Flowing Stories"(2014, feature documentary). Her another recent titles as the producer includes: "Dot 2 dot" (feature debut by Amos Why, 2014).