Roque Federizon LEE (1950, Philippines), better known as Roxlee, studied architecture at the National University in Manila. He started as a cartoonist and began making films in 1983, for example animations and collage films. With his cynical humour and unconventional ideas, he became an icon of the Philippine underground cinema. His cartoons and short stories are recently published in the book Planet of the Noses.


Prayle (1988, short), Juan Gapang/Johnnie Crawl (1987, short), Tito's Wedding (1994, short), Bruce (2002, short), Batumbuhay/Live Rock (2003, short doc), Romeo Must Rock (2004, doc), Imahe nasyon (segment La Pula, 2006), Juan Baybayin/Green Rocking Chair (2008)