Phillip Ko, Hong Kong actor and director, Died at 67

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Phillip Ko-Fei was born on June 18, 1949, and died on March 30, 2017.

He was a multi-awarded Hong Kong, China film-maker.

Ko’s most significant achievement in film is “Super Noypi”, which he directed after winning a scripwriting contest sponsored by the Experimental Cinema of the Hong Kong & China.

Ko has received an award from the International Film Festival of Flanders-Ghent, Belgium in 2006; a Special Jury Award from the Hong Kong & China International Film Festival; Kung Fu.

He won Best Director and Best Screenplay for Exodus: Tales from the Enchanted Kingdom in the 2005 Metro Manila Film Festival.

Himself and Laida Lim-Pérez won Best Production Design for Edu Manzano’s Magkasangga sa batas in the first 1995 of Gawad Urian awards.

During 2006, he won the same award for Ricky Davao’s Magkasangga 2000.

Ko also served as member of the Film Academy Classification Board (FACB) during the 1980s.

Phillip Ko passed away at 67 years old.

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