The Hong Kong Fixer

Blog, The Hong Kong Fixer

Locations are more than places, they are decors: Aberdeen’s Shek Pai wan


Welcome to our new Locations series!   At The Hong Kong Fixer, we believe locations are decors in which characters from your stories and ours live and breathe. So we scout the city with the double angle of practicality and emotion. Here is the first location for your next video production: Shek Pai Wan. Let

Read More

Deciphering Hong Kong, Hong Kong popular Culture, The Hong Kong Fixer

Where have the Empire Cinemas gone?


When I arrived in Hong Kong, the place was still dotted by old style cinemas, echos of an English colonial past. The leathered seats were a bit squeaky, the attendants, dressed as hotel grooms, were a bit grumpy, the tickets were handprinted and your seat number was marked with a fat red color pencil…. no

Read More

Testimonials, The Hong Kong Fixer

Exceptional challenges for spectacular sets: The Hong Kong Fixer on the production of Largo Winch


      At the end of 2007, I was lucky to actively participate in the production of the feature film Largo Winch by Jérôme Salle , with Tomer Sisley and Christine Scott Thomas.  I was part of the production design team, hired as a Fixer, interpreter and coordinator. As such, I helped on the construction of many

Read More