Thai-born Charin Pengpanich was cinematographer on celebrated Thai auteur Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s films Tropical Malady (2004), which won the Jury Prize at the 2004 Cannes Film…
After graduating from the Department of Film and Television at NYU, Jake Pollock, a fan of Taiwanese cinema, decided to relocate to Taiwan. His unique handheld style saw him receive the Special Jury Prize at Taipei for Respire (2005). His most recent two films, The Message (2009) and Monga (2010), have achieved huge box-office success.
International audiences are familiar with the works of the Hong Kong-based veteran cinematographer Lai Yiu-Fai, whose frequent collaboration with the likes of Wong Kar-Wai and Andrew Lau has created a string of worldwide hits such as Infernal Affairs (2002) and Confession of Pain (2006), and for which he has received many international awards.
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