Lee Chatametikool is an award-winning film editor, director and post-producer. Starting with “Blissfully Yours” in 2002, he has edited over 30 feature films and shorts for many leading Southeast Asian directors including Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Aditya Assarat, Anocha Suwichakornpong, Boo Jun Feng and Kirsten Tan. His work has screened in all major film festivals including Cannes, Venice, Berlin and Sundance.
He won Best Editor at the Asian Film Awards three times: in 2007 with Apichatpong’s “Syndromes and a Century”, in 2010 with Malaysia’s “Karaoke”, and in 2017 with Singaporean Boo Jun Feng’s “Apprentice”.
His directing debut, “Concrete Clouds”, premiered at the 2013 Busan Film Festival’s New Currents Competition, and went on to compete in Rotterdam, Shanghai, Taipei, and Edinburgh. It was awarded Best Film and Best Director by the Thai National Film Association Awards, Thai Film Director’s Association, Khom Chud Luek Awards, Bioscope Film Awards, and Starpics Thai Film Awards.
He currently runs White Light Post, Thailand’s leading post-production house for feature-film editing, colour grading and finishing.