Kek-huat Lau

Lau Kek-huat was born and brought up in Malaysia. He worked as a primary school teacher for four years in Singapore before pursuing a degree in film directing at National Taiwan University of Arts in 2006. He has won two Best Short Film Awards and one Best Director Award at Golden Harvest Awards. His first narrative feature script, A Very Long Wait of Boluomi Ripe, depicting his own family story, won the Excellent Screenplay Award in Taiwan.

Absent without Leave
Nia's Door
Whisper of Flowers
When It Rains
A Scene of the Sea
Cul de Sac Forest
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