Lo Ming-yau (1900–1967) or Luo Mingyou was a Hong Kong entrepreneur and filmmaker, and a pioneer of Chinese cinema. His uncle Lo Wen-kan (羅文榦, Luo Wengan) was a major politician during the early Republican period.
Lo Ming-yau founded the Hwa Peh Film Company (華北電影公司) in Beijing in 1927. In 1930, Hwa Peh Film Company merged with Lai Man-Wai's China Sun Motion Picture Company and a few other companies in Shanghai to become United Photoplay Service, one of the biggest film studios in China.
Tears of a Mother (1937)
Song of China (1935)
National Customs (1935)
The Big Road (1935)
The Goddess (1934)
Song of the Fishermen (1934)
Queen of Sports (1934)
Little Toys (1933)
Cry of the Cuckoo in the Temple (1932)
Wild Rose (1932)
Spring in the South (1932)
The Peach Girl (1931)
A Spray of Plum Blossoms (1931)
Two Stars in the Milky Way (1931)
Love and Duty (1931)
Wild Flower (1930)
The Dream of the Ancient Capital (1930)
Deathday1967-01-01 (66 years old)
Place of birthBritish Hong Kong, United Kingdom
Also known asLuo Mingyou, Luo Ming-You, Law Ming-Yau, 羅明佑, Mingyou Luo , Ming-you Luo, Mingyau Lo, Ming-yau Law , Mingyau Law, Ло Мин-яу, Мин-яу Ло, Ло Мин-ю, Мин-ю Ло, Минъю Ло, 罗明佑
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