Producing feature films and documentaries for the international media markets.
HONG KONG CONSPIRACY (in Pre Production)


Synopsis: A police detective uncovers a Japanese led plot to massacre British women and children during the Battle of Hong Kong. As the city begins to collapse, a British lady struggles to protect an orphan Chinese girl as the Japanese Imperial Army advances into the colony.

Historical Drama / English / 90 minutes / 4K / 2019 
HONG KONG 1942 (in Pre Production)

Movie title: HONG KONG 1942

Synopsis: As World War II explodes across the Pacific, life-saving medicines are being secretly smuggled into the POW camps of Japanese occupied Hong Kong. As the Kenpeitai (Military Police Corps) hunts down the British agent who is responsible for the operation, a conflicted Japanese doctor and a beautiful Chinese dancing girl are forced to make deadly choices in the service of humanity.

Historical Drama / English / 90 minutes / 4K / 2019

Christmas at the Royal Hotel

Hong Kong, 1941: In a city full of war refugees, profiteers and spies, a soldier’s Christmas promise is broken during the sudden Japanese attack on the British colony.

Historical Drama / English / 108 minutes / 4K / 2018

This independently produced movie was filmed entirely in Hong Kong including the use of some of the actual World War 2 battle sites.

Written & Directed by Craig McCourry
Produced by Grace Yan Yan Mak
Cinematography by Craig McCourry & William Kwok
Music by Katie So & David Mak
Costume Design by Kenix Ho & Rebekah Scott
Makeup by Bianca Habana & Jenn Leung
Sound by Summer Greich, Ansh Grey, Remy Lam & Naz Lee
Military Consultant ~ Bill Lake

Starring: Harry Oram, Lydia Lee Tang, Ashley Leung, Wil Cheung, Michael Szuc, Vimal Vaz, Parker Chen, George John Alex, Nick Daryanani, Perrie Kapernaros, Jai Day, Rayve Zen, Jane Choi, Irene Ching, Ines Laimins, Leo Lee, Jessica Yeung, Cyril Ma, Nis Gron, Nick Ford, Denis Moldovean, Felix Chang, Paul Cox, Bowie Chan, Bosco Wong, Mike Yip, Monty Lo, Tom Lau, Davis Lam.

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A fresh-faced cast of young Hongkongers
confront their challenges of work / life balance
within the confines of a more traditional society.

HongKonglicious unravels some
of the conundrums that haunt the lives
of its youth who struggle to survive
within the neon-lit jungle of Hong Kong.

Written & Directed by Craig McCourry
Produced by Grace Yan Yan Mak
Cinematography by Craig McCourry

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Cannes: All Access

In 2006, Craig worked as a cameraman with renowned film critic Richard Schickel and producer Brian Jamison on their documentary film, "Bienvenue à Cannes" (also known by the title, Cannes: All Access). This film is about the renowned Cannes Film Festival held each year in France. The film includes interviews and behind the scenes footage with various film personalities including directors Steven Spielberg, Sydney Pollack, Oliver Stone, Ron Howard, Brian Glazer, Harvey Weinstein, Dino De Laurentiis, Nick Nolte, Samuel L. Jackson, Chloe Sevigny, Gena Rowlands, William Dafoe and film critics Derek Malcolm (London Evening Standard), A. O. Scott (New York Times) and Roger Ebert. The film was broadcast on the Turner Movie Classics Channel.

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Empires of Steam

This railway classic documentry film released in 1999 titled "Empires of Steam" journeys into China and India for a rare glimpse into the last strongholds of the steam locomotive.  

"Empires of Steam" Take a journey into the windswept deserts of India and the cold frontiers of Northeastern China for a rare last glimpse of powerful steam trains that have managed to survive on the fringes of Asia's railway empires. This onetime "king of transportation" is riding on the brink of extinction - its last outposts now in the most remote areas of China and India. Empires of Steam explores the largest and most exotic centers of steam railway activity left anywhere in the world. Brilliant cinematography documents this closing chapter of the world's last great steam railway empires and the colorful people who still populate these remote regions. 50 minutes.

Shot on 16mm Eastman Kodak film.  International TV sales distribution by Solid Entertainment (Los Angeles). Currently the film has been sold for television broadcast on PBS (United States); TV Ontario (Canada); La Cinquieme (France); Odyssee (France); NOS-EO (The Netherlands); SF-DRS (Switzerland); TSR (Switzerland) and TVE (Brazil) with home video and DVD release in the United States, Canada, Japan, Taiwan and the United Kingdom.

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Press Pass to the World

Craig produced, directed and shot the documentary film “Press Pass to the World."

"Press Pass to the World" follows a cast of respected journalists through the challenging, adventurous task of reporting for some of the world's leading newspapers. Driven by their search for truth, the mystery becomes less about HOW these journalists get the story than WHY they do what they do. "Press Pass to the World" is a whimsical and poignant look at a way of life that is about more than chasing stories - it's about pursuing dreams. 58 minutes.

Filmed on location in New Delhi, Hong Kong, Seoul, Washington, D.C., Havana and Vienna with foreign correspondents employed by The New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Time Magazine, The International Herald Tribune, The Times of India, The Jerusalem Post, Reuters, Agence France-Presse and others.

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The Great Bazaars

Craig produced, directed and shot the documentary film “The Great Bazaars."

"The Great Bazaars" For centuries, across vast windswept deserts and through rugged outposts, the various peoples of the Islamic world traveled by camel caravan to trade in the ancient marketplaces of Cairo, Istanbul, Marrakesh and Fez. Today the Great Bazaars are struggling against an onslaught of economic and cultural changes that imperils their historic significance within the Muslim world. The Great Bazaars takes you on the journey of a lifetime, across the green-glaze tiled rooftops of Fez, through the cobbled lanes and blind alleys of Cairo, past the jutting minarets and domed mosques of Istanbul, into the heart of these ancient marketplaces. Enter a realm where religion and commerce are intertwined, where every transaction is a choreographed ritual of negotiation, where merchants and craftsmen keep alive old traditions in their everyday trade. Filmed on location in Morocco, Egypt and Turkey. 50 minutes

Photographed on location in Cairo, Istanbul, Marrakesh and Fez. Shot on 16mm Eastman Kodak film.  International TV sales distribution by Solid Entertainment (Los Angeles). 

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Venice: Tides of Change

Craig produced, directed and shot the documentary film “Venice: Tides of Change."

"Venice: Tides of Change" What happens when the forces of the outside world threaten to submerge the local culture of an insular society? For over 800 years, the residents of Venice have preserved their city's culture despite the changes around them. But now Venice struggles to maintain its unique character against a host of problems including unprecedented rates of migration, mass tourism and environmental damage. The Venetian people now find themselves in a perilous balance as they reflect upon the issues that may soon swamp their society. Searching for solutions, the Venetians confront the possibility that their culture may drift away long before the city's historic landmarks sink into the Adriatic Sea. 50 minutes.

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When an extra-terrestrial pod lands in Hong Kong the human transformations begin. With seemingly no way of detection, the population is being infected by an alien virus, which transforms them into a modified human species. Sergeant Dave Chan and Hong Kong security forces are left to deal with the problem, whilst everyone lives in fear and paranoia. In an effort to contain the transformations, Hong Kong's borders are closed, while regular citizens quickly have to confront a fight-or-flight scenario. The rules of survival have changed. To remain human is to live in fear.

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