Park Chan-wook

 

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Park Chan-wook (born August 23, 1963) is a South Korean film director, screenwriter, producer, and former film critic. One of the most acclaimed and popular filmmakers in his native country, Park is most known for his films Joint Security Area, Thirst and what has become known as The Vengeance Trilogy, consisting of 2002's Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, Oldboy in 2003 and Sympathy for Lady Vengeance in 2005. His films are noted for their immaculate framing and often brutal subject matter. In a May 2004 interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Park listed Sophocles, Shakespeare, Kafka, Dostoevsky, Balzac, Kurt Vonnegut and others as being influences on his career. In a later interview for Lady Vengeance, Park listed Alfred Hitchcock, Robert Aldrich, Ingmar Bergman, Sam Fuller, Roman Polanski and Kim Ki-young as cinematic influences.

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Park Chan-wook

Born 1963-08-23 (56 years ago) in Seoul, South Korea.

Awards
Award Ceremony Year Awarded for
Golden Bear Award for Best Short Film (Night Fishing) 2011 파란만장
Cannes Jury Prize (Thirst) 2009 Thirst
British Independent Film Award for Best International Independent Film (Oldboy) British Independent Film Awards 2004 2004 Old Boy - Hämnden
PaekSang Arts Award for Best Film Director (Oldboy) 2004 PaekSang Arts Awards 2004 Old Boy - Hämnden
PaekSang Arts Award for Best Film Director (Joint Security Area) 2001 PaekSang Arts Awards 2001 Joint Security Area
Golden Bear
Cannes Grand Prix
Golden Lion
Nominated for awards
Award Ceremony Year Nominated for
Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Foreign Language Film (Oldboy) 11th Critics' Choice Awards 2005 Old Boy - Hämnden
European Film Award for Best Non-European Film (Sympathy for Lady Vengeance) European Film Awards 2005 2005 Lady Vengeance
PaekSang Arts Award for Best Film Director (Oldboy) 2004 PaekSang Arts Awards 2004 Old Boy - Hämnden
British Independent Film Award for Best International Independent Film (Oldboy) British Independent Film Awards 2004 2004 Old Boy - Hämnden
Cannes Grand Prize of the Jury (Oldboy) 2004 Old Boy - Hämnden
European Film Award for Best Non-European Film (Oldboy) European Film Awards 2004 2004 Old Boy - Hämnden
PaekSang Arts Award for Best Film Director (Joint Security Area) 2001 PaekSang Arts Awards 2001 Joint Security Area
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Park Chan-kyong

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Park Chan-wook (born August 23, 1963) is a South Korean film director, screenwriter, producer, and former film critic. One of the most acclaimed and popular filmmakers in his native country, Park is most known for his films Joint Security Area, Thirst and what has become known as The Vengeance Trilogy, consisting of 2002's Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, Oldboy in 2003 and Sympathy for Lady Vengeance in 2005. His films are noted for their immaculate framing and often brutal subject matter.

In a May 2004 interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Park listed Sophocles, Shakespeare, Kafka, Dostoevsky, Balzac, Kurt Vonnegut and others as being influences on his career. In a later interview for Lady Vengeance, Park listed Alfred Hitchcock, Robert Aldrich, Ingmar Bergman, Sam Fuller, Roman Polanski and Kim Ki-young as cinematic influences.

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