Quan Luong is a Vietnamese filmmaker based in Winnipeg, Canada. Coming from a family of engineers, Quan is the first in his family to fully pursue a career in the arts. He grew up next to a camera with his dad being a hobbyist photographer, which inspired his filmmaking journey at the age of 13; making short films and YouTube videos with friends. After high school, he moved to Canada from Vietnam to pursue a career in film and immediately started working in the industry while obtaining his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Manitoba. Since then, he has delivered 100+ hours of TV to international broadcasters for Winnipeg-based Farpoint Films as a colourist, served as a Camera Operator and Director of Photography on many docu-series, documentaries, and short narrative films like Cruise Ship Killers (A&E), Living The Dream (Bell MTS), I Hurt Myself (CBC Manitoba), Almost Unsolved (Super Channel).
Quan's first feature documentary Seeking Fire premiered on Prime Video in November 2022 and has been sold to broadcasters around the world. He now works as a freelance Director of Photography and Camera Operator in Film & TV. His current projects include a 6-episode docu-series with CBC Gem called "Finding Diamonds" and a short documentary "Tailor Made" with funding from Manitoba Arts Council and Manitoba Film & Music.