Wisit Sasanatieng

Wisit SASANATIENG (1964, Thailand), after his training at Silpakorn University, Bangkok's most important art school, worked as a director of commercials. He wrote scripts for his friend and colleague Nonzee Nimibutr, including Nang Nak (1999). Tears of the Black Tiger (2000), his directing debut, was the first Thai film ever selected officially for the Cannes Film Festival. The film brought him several awards from different festivals. The Unseeable screened at the IFFR in 2008.


Fah talai jone/Tears of the Black Tiger (2000), Mah nakorn/Citizen Dog (2004), Pen choo kab pee/The Unseeable (2006), Close Encounter of the Ghost (2009, installation), The Red Eagle (2010)