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Henry K. Lui

Henry K. Lui
Founder of Dragon Eye Films
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Born (1992-06-18) June 18, 1992 (ageĀ 22)
Saint Augustine, Florida

Henry K. Lui (June 18, 1992) is an American film composer, pianist, and businessman. His recent wins for piano include the Virginia Waring International Piano Competition in Palm Desert, California.[1] In 2009, Lui received an Award of Merit at the Accolade International Film Festival for the original score Red Rose of Eros in the short film A Broken Heart.[2] Additional wins include multiple nominations at the International Action on Film Festival (2009-2011) and runner up at the Indie Gathering International Film Festival (2010).[3] In addition to studies in music, Lui works in the corporate field of the film industry as well as analytical finance with Merrill Lynch. He is the current Chief Operating Officer of Dragon Eye Films and studies at Vanderbilt University.[4]

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1. *Baker, Evan: The Jackson Sun, page B2. Associated Press. Oct 2009. 2. *"Gabrielle Lui">Gabrielle Official Website at www.gabriellelui.com (accessed November 12, 2011) 3. *"Dragon Eye Films">Dragon Eye Films Official Website at www.dragoneyefilms.com (accessed November 12, 2011)

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  • The Orpheum Theatre in Memphis official website
  • 2009 Accolade Award of Merit Winners
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