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- Quentin Lee is a producer, writer and director based in Los Angeles, Vancouver and Hong Kong...Quentin Lee is a producer, writer and director based in Los Angeles, Vancouver and Hong Kong. He grew up in Hong Kong, immigrated to Montreal as a teenager and went to UC Berkeley for college where he received a B.A. in English. He then went to Yale and UCLA for his M.A. in English and M.F.A. in Film Directing respectively while he was hustling the film festival circuit with a feature collection of his shorts called Flow.
Premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 1997, Quentin Lee’s first feature Shopping for Fangs opened to critical acclaim during its limited theatrical release in the U.S. Quentin wrote, co-directed (with Justin Lin), produced and self-distributed Shopping for Fangs through Margin Films. The success of Fangs paved way for Quentin's second feature Drift and Justin Lin's 2002 Sundance hit Better Luck Tomorrow.
Following Fangs, Quentin returned to a more personal realm; he produced, wrote and directed Drift, a drama that became a hit in the gay and lesbian film festival circuit and was sold to Wellspring Media. It was also released theatrically to rave reviews in Los Angeles.
Ethan Mao is Quentin's third feature as a writer/director. Premiered at the AFI Film Festival 2003, it also won the Audience Award at the Turin Gay and Lesbian Film Festival and was sold worldwide.
0506HK is Quentin's first feature documentary about his emotional attachment to Hong Kong. It features Hong Kong cultural icon Kam Kwok Leung, filmmakers Peter Chan and Teddy Chen, documentary director Tammy Cheung, and animator Raman Hui. The feature world premiered as part of Vancouver International Film Festival's "Hong Kong Stories."
Quentin is currently at work on several features such as The People I've Slept With, Chink, and a documentary short titled "Chinese Class."
- Occupation: Director
- Gender: Male
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