Director , Scriptwriter , Executive Producer
Born in Taipei in 1951, Lee You-ning (李祐寧) is a senior film director who grew up in a veteran community. After mandatory military service, he entered the Chinese Television System Inc. to learn directing television dramas. Later he went to the U.S. to pursue further studies in film production at the Columbia College Hollywood. Lee specilizes in exploring topic of Taiwanese veterans' return to the homeland and has won several awards for screenplay. In 1985, he won the Golden Horse Award for best feature film with "Old Mao's Second Spring (老莫的第二個春天)." Later he began serving as a teacher, offering courses on film scriptwriting, directing, production in many film and television departments. He had also participated in organizing the Golden Horse Film Festival for several editions. In 2012, Lee released "Four Hands (麵引子)," which is the third installation of the Taiwan vetern's return to homeland trilogy. "Four Hands" was praised as the most important film about Taiwanese veteran issues by YAZHOU ZHOUKAN.
|2012||Legend of Chinese Titans|
2009 Recipient of Republic of China, Taiwan Executive Yuan Guidance Fund for Domestically Produced Films
|2003||MY GRANDPA'S HOME|
|1984||Old Mo's Second Spring|