Ekachai Uekrongtham


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Ekachai Uekrongtham is a director and writer, known for Beautiful Boxer (2004), Pleasure Factory (2007) and Skin Trade (2014). He has worked in both theatre and film and was one of the founding members of the Singapore ACTION Theatre. Ekachai Uekrongtham's most famous work was performed in the theatre industry. In 1997, he directed Chang & Eng, a ... See full bio »

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Beautiful Boxer Producer
(2004)
Pleasure Factory Producer
(2007)
The Nose Producer
(1991)

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  The Stranded (TV Series) (executive producer - 7 episodes, 2019) (producer - 7 episodes, 2019)
- The Gate (2019) ... (executive producer) / (producer)
- The Attack (2019) ... (executive producer) / (producer)
- The Mutiny (2019) ... (executive producer) / (producer)
- The Fall (2019) ... (executive producer) / (producer)
- The Code (2019) ... (executive producer) / (producer)
 2015 Halfworlds (TV Mini-Series) (co-executive producer - 8 episodes)
- Episode #2.8 ... (co-executive producer)
- Episode #2.7 ... (co-executive producer)
- Episode #2.6 ... (co-executive producer)
- Episode #2.5 ... (co-executive producer)
- Episode #2.4 ... (co-executive producer)
 2007 Pleasure Factory (producer)
 2004 Beautiful Boxer (producer - produced by)
 1991/I The Nose (Short) (producer)
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Kickboxing evolved as our ancestors invented ways of turning our bodies into weapons to fight the Burmese, and it is more than just a sport. It's a sacred tradition that is at the heart of our national identity. See more »

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