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Lo Chun Yip, ‘Lifting’
Lo Chun Yip, ‘Lifting’

In such bleak and divided times, will we still be able to find a sense of commonality?

Lo Chun Yip

Countless moving cuboids dispersed across the city act as witnesses to the secret whispers that are drowned out by the crowd.


Created by

Lo Chun Yip

Commissioned by

M+, Hong Kong


Tsang Tsz Wa, Chung Suet Ying, Ocean, Tsui Yan Ki, Lo King San, Tsui On Nga, Chung Siu Hong


Frankie Ching-Yu Ho


Lo Chun Yip

Assistant Director

Saito Chong, Li Chung Shun


Christy Tse

Production Assistant

Charlie Liu, Ar Kwan

Director of Photography

Leung Ming-kai (H.K.S.C)

Camera Assistant

Lau Chun Sing, Dominic Lai, Steven Fung

Lighting Assistant

Kenneth Siu

Art Director

Karson Liu

Art Assistant



Elsie, Jamiez

Styling Assistant

Michele Tang

Make-Up Artist

Joyce Wong

Hair Stylist


Still Photographer

Matt Yau, Gary Chan


Lo Chun Yip


Wing Chan

Colour Assistant

Mary Jan

Music Composers

iii Iris Liu, Hanz Au, Jolyon Cheung

Audio Post Production

Wabi Sabi Media

Dialogue Editing

Chiu Cheuk Ying

SFX Editing

Mandy Kwan

Foley Artist

Chiu Cheuk Ying, Mandy Kwan

Sound Design

Cyrus Tang

Sound Mixing

Cyrus Tang

Special Thanks

Good job brother Studio, Derek Au Yeung, Wong Luk Ho

About Video Commissions

M+ is committed to providing platforms for projects by creative practitioners who propose new frameworks and discussions for visual culture. Hong Kong as Mise-en-scène is a video commission initiative launched in 2022 to support emerging talents and to foster conversations with local creatives.

Lo Chun Yip
Lo Chun Yip

Lo Chun Yip is a director, actor, and the co-founder of Tonikaku Pictures. He completed his debut documentary, Days After n Coming, in 2012. The film was screened at several film festivals, including the Hong Kong International Film Festival, and won the Contemporary Perspective Award and Human Rights Award at the South Taiwan Film Festival. Lo also received an Award for Young Artist (Film) at the 2012 Hong Kong Arts Development Awards.

Lo has been focusing on acting in recent years and has starred in multiple renowned Hong Kong films, such as Fagara, No. 1 Chung Ying Street, The Murders of Oiso, Suk Suk, and Time Still Turns the Pages. His nuanced performance in Suk Suk garnered him a Best Supporting Actor nomination at the 39th Hong Kong Film Awards.

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