Victor Vu

Victor Vu is a Vietnamese-American film director, writer and producer best known for the films “Yellow Flowers on the Green Grass”, “Scandal”, “Vengeful Heart”, “Battle of the Brides” and “Blood Letter (Sword of the Assassin)”.

His coming of age drama, “Yellow Flowers on the Green Grass” was Vietnam’s official entry for the Best Foreign Language Film category at the 89th Academy Awards.

His films have won numerous Golden Lotus Awards (organised by Vietnam’s Cinema Department, including Best Director and Best Feature Film for “Scandal” (2012) and Best Director and Best Feature Film for “Yellow Flowers on the Green Grass” (2015).

He has also won several Golden Kite Awards (organised by the Vietnamese Cinema Association) for Best Director and Best Feature Film of “Blood Letter”(2012). His films “Vengeful Heart” and “Yellow Flowers on the Green Grass” are among the highest grossing films in Vietnamese cinema history.

Cuong Seven

Born in Hanoi, Vietnam in 1989, Cuong Seven is a man of many talents –
singer, dancer and actor.

To date his credits include “Than Tuong”, “Truy Sat”, “Loi Bao” (his first leading role) and “Nguoi Bat Tu”. His last two films were directed by Victor Vu.

Vũ Ngọc Anh

Vũ Ngọc Anh was born in Ha Noi in 1990 and graduated from the Banking Academy in 2012.

In her career she’s worked with top directors, portraying a variety of characters. To date her credits include playing the lead role in “Quyen” (2015), directed by Nguyen Phan Quang Binh and Doctor Tue in “Loi Bao” (2017) from director Victor Vu.

Vincent Wang

Vincent Wang was born in north west of China and trained in Chinese martial arts (Wushu) professionally since the age of 6. After graduating from Shanghai Sport University, he moved London in 1991 and became a professional stunt performer in 1998.

To date his credits include: “Loi Bao”, “Nguoi Bat Tu” (as action director), “The Great Wall”, “Now You See Me 2” (as fight choreographer), “Doctor Strange” (as assistant fight choreographer), “Dracula Untold” (as fight trainer), “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”, “Edge Of Tomorrow”, “47 Ronin”, “Thor: The Dark World”, “Skyfall”, “Captain America: The First Avenger”, “The Bourne Ultimatum” and “Batman Begins” (as stunt performer).

Jason Ninh Cao

Jason Ninh Cao was born in Saigon, Vietnam and moved to London in 1986, where he graduated from Kingston University with a BA Degree in Product Design in 1998.

He started working in film and television in 1995 where he first realised his skills as an actor. Since that moment Jason’s dramatic career took off and to date his credits include: “Once Upon A Time In Vietnam” alongside director Dustin Nguyen, “Balas&Bolinhos – O Ultimo Capitulo” as action director and playing the lead villain, “Blitz” stunt working with Jason Statham, “Killinaskully”, “Snatch” working with Guy Ritchie, the “Shaolin Wheel Of Life” stage show, London based spoof Kung Fu movie “Draining Lizards”, and the long running UK television series “The Bill”.

Jason is the creator and producer of “Iron Monk”, and the action producer for “Loi Bao” and “Nguoi Bat Tu”, both of which were directed by Victor Vu.