In 2009, KWOK Zune graduated from Film & Television School at The Hong Kong Academy For Performing Arts. His second-year film A Day in a Life (2008) was awarded Best Film - VFF Young Talent Award at the 28th Munich International Festival of Film Schools. Kwok works as a director and screenwriter and tutors in filmmaking. In 2015, Kwok and four other Hong Kong-based directors were asked to translate what their city might look like ten years later to the screen with Ten Years, consisting of five short films, as result.
(selection) A Day in a Life (2008, short), Homecoming (2009, short), Ten Years/Sap min (2015, co-dir)