Colin Huang (b. 14 July 1994) is a Singaporean filmmaker currently based in Taiwan where he obtained his M.F.A. Filmmaking at Taipei National University of the Arts. He studied Creative Writing for TV & New Media at Singapore Polytechnic.
He was editor and cinematographer for feature documentary Returning Home (2019), and production manager for Fundamentally Happy (2015), directed by Tan Bee Thiam and Lei Yuan Bin with cinematography by Christopher Doyle (H.K.S.C.).
He has been actively making films since 2011. He likes genre films and have since made science fiction, romance comedy and thrillers; sometimes blending them all together.
His first film in Taiwan, Rooftop Incident (2017) won Best Shot-on-Mobile Film at the 5th LEXUS New Film Festival. His first time-travel romance-comedy: Just in Time (2019) has been selected and screened in various international festivals including, Melbourne Lift-Off Film Festival (Australia), Kyoto International Student Film & Video Festival (Japan) and 86358 Short Film Week (China).
He was a finalist in the 2022 TaiwanPitch documentary film workshop where he shot his first documentary short Their Ascent (2022). The short film will premiere on TaiwanPlus in 2023. He was also awarded a fund under Singapore's National Youth Film Awards Film Facilitation Programme (Documentary) to shoot a documentary about his family, Mothers & Daughters.
He is planning his first fiction feature film.
黃若賓（1994出生）、新加坡籍編劇導演、畢業台北藝術大學電影研究所劇情片導演組。2019年參與楊正農導演《日暮歸鄉》的紀錄片，擔任攝影以及剪輯並且受金馬剪輯師陳曉東老師指導。2015年參與由Tan Bee Thiam與Lei Yuan Bin合導、杜可風（H.K.S.C.）攝影的新加坡電影《Fundamentally Happy》、擔任執行製片。