Lee Isaac Chung



He grew up in Lin­coln, Arkansas, on a small farm in the Ozark Moun­tains. He received his BA in biol­o­gy at Yale Uni­ver­si­ty and his MFA in film stud­ies at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Utah. His first fea­ture film was the Rwan­dan fam­i­ly dra­ma Mun­yu­rangabo, which pre­miered in Un Cer­tain Regard at the 2007 Cannes Film Fes­ti­val. Minari is his fourth fea­ture film.

2020 Minari 2012 Abi­gail Harm 2010 Lucky Life 2007 Mun­yu­rangabo

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