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  1. Lee Chang-dong (Korean: 이창동; Hanja: 李滄東; born July 4, 1954) is a South Korean film director, screenwriter, and novelist. He has directed six feature films: Green Fish (1997), Peppermint Candy (1999), Oasis (2002), Secret Sunshine (2007), Poetry (2010), and Burning (2018).

  2. Lee Chang-dong (en hangul, 이창동; en hanja, 李滄東; Daegu, 1 de abril de 1954) es un guionista, novelista y director de cine surcoreano. [1]

  3. IMDb profile of Lee Chang-dong, a South Korean writer, producer and director of acclaimed films such as Burning, Poetry and Oasis. Learn about his life, career, influences and achievements in the film industry.

  4. Lee Chang-dong found breakout international acclaim with this searing portrayal of unimaginable loss and the fallacies of religious comfort. Featuring an astonishing performance from Cannes Best Actress-winner Jeon Do-yeon, Secret Sunshine marked Lee as one of South Korean cinema’s leading lights.

  5. 18 de oct. de 2022 · The Cannes veteran and Korean auteur filmmaker talks about his themes, characters and artistic freedom at the Lumiere Film Festival in Lyon. He shares his personal stories and insights on human nature, violence and love in his films.

  6. Trazamos una guía para principiantes a través del emocional universo cinematográfico de Lee Chang-Dong, uno de los cineastas más relevantes del cine de autor contemporáneo.

  7. 6 de feb. de 2019 · The Korean director of Burning and Poetry shares his memories, influences, and challenges in a conversation with Andrew Chan. He discusses his love of cinema and literature, his desire to communicate with his audience, and his vision of art as a way of questioning the world.