Daniel LEE, film director, majored in visual arts in the University of Windsor. He returned Hong Kong in 1984 and worked in the movie production industry. His works are famous for their sensibility and intense imagery.
LEE was praised by Chang Cheh, the great martial arts movie master, as the most important swordsman movie director of the new generation. In 1994, he remade the classic swordsplay movie What Price Survival. The surreal and impressive cinematography won critical acclaim. Later, his other movies, such as Black Mask, Moonlight Express, A Fighter’s Blues, Dragon Squad and 14 Blades achieved great success. In 2008, his first epic swordsmen movie in China, Three Kingdoms: Resurrection of the Dragon won the Best Production Design Award in the 3rd Asian Movie Awards.