Director MALAYSIA , TAIWAN

Ming-Liang TSAI

Ming-Liang TSAI

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Biography

Tsai Ming-Liang was born and raised in Kuching, Malaysia. In 1977 he moved to Taiwan and went to on study film and drama at the Chinese Culture University. After graduation he wrote and staged plays, then for nearly ten years he worked in TV and developped scenarios, including THE KID, which marked his move towards cinema and during which he discovered his favourite actor Lee Kang-Sheng. With VIVE L'AMOUR, which won the Golden lion Award at the 1994 Venice Film Festival, Tsai was acclaimed as a major new voice in Asian cinema. Over the series of films that followed, he came to be recognised as a new modern master of cinema to stand alongside his fellow Taiwanese Hou Hsiao-Hsien and Edward Yang.

Films presented at Cannes

VISAGE FACE 2009 In Competition – Feature Films Director, Script / Dialogue
CHACUN SON CINÉMA TO EACH HIS OWN CINEMA 2007 Out of Competition Director
THE HOLE 1998 In Competition – Feature Films Script / Dialogue, Director
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Directors

André TÉCHINÉ

André TÉCHINÉ

Director
Ali ASGARI

Ali ASGARI

Director
Dexter FLETCHER

Dexter FLETCHER

Script Writer, Director
Edouard MOLINARO

Edouard MOLINARO

George STEVENS

George STEVENS

Director
Helena TRESTIKOVA

Helena TRESTIKOVA

Director
Jean Paul RAPPENEAU

Jean Paul RAPPENEAU

Director
Kon ICHIKAWA

Kon ICHIKAWA

Karim MOUSSAOUI

Karim MOUSSAOUI

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