Lee Hong-chi was born in 1990 and graduated from Chinese Culture University with a degree in Chinese drama. He was discovered by casting director Gene Yao, who assigned him to play the leading role in "Thanatos Drunk," for which he earned the Golden Horse nomination for best new performer and best leading actor. As an up-and-coming actor, Lee has starred in several films so far, including "Cities of Last Things," "Miracles of the Namiya General Store" and "Long Day's Journey Into Night."
2015 The 52th Golden Horse Awards Best New Performer "Thanatos, Drunk"
2015 The 17th Taipei Film Awards Best Leading Actor "Thanatos, Drunk"
2018 The 55th Golden Horse Awards Best Supporting Actor "Cities of Last Things"
2015 The 52th Golden Horse Awards Best Leading Actor "Thanatos, Drunk"
|2018||Cities of Last Things|
2018 Toronto International Film Festival - Platform Competition 2018 Busan International Film Festival - A Window on Asian Cinema
|2016||Love after Time|
nomination 2017 Golden Horse Awards Best Live Action Short Film
2015 Taipei Film Festival - Grand Prize,Best Narrative Feature,Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Press Award
2015 Hong Kong International Film Festival
2015 Berlin International Film Festival-Panorama, ELSE-The Siegessäule Readers’ Jury Award