Born and raised in Hong Kong, Quentin Lee first moved to Montreal, Canada, for high school and then went to UC Berkeley for his B.A. in English, Yale University for his M.A. in English and the UCLA School of Theater, Film & TV for his M.F.A. in Film Directing in the 90s. A double immigrant and an out LGBTQ BIPOC creator, he received his green card as an Alien of Extraordinary Ability and became a US citizen to vote for President Obama on his second term. He made his first feature SHOPPING FOR FANGS which premiered at Toronto International Film Festival in 1997 and became part of the Asian American New Wave 97'. A member of Producers Guild of America and Canadian Media Producers Association, Quentin has directed and produced over 10 feature films and 3 television series. Most of his films were released theatrically and his works were sold to Netflix and Hulu and are also available on AppleTV, Amazon, Tubi and other global streaming platforms.
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