Kim Nguyen

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Kim Nguyen
Born Montreal, Quebec
Nationality Canadian
Occupation film director
Known for Rebelle (War Witch)

Kim Nguyen is a Canadian film director and screenwriter, best known for his Academy Award-nominated and Canadian Screen Award-winning 2012 film Rebelle (War Witch).[1] The film was the top winner at the 1st Canadian Screen Awards;[2] in addition to being named Best Picture and winning acting awards for two of its stars, Nguyen himself won the awards for Best Director and Best Original Screenplay.[2]

Born (1974) and raised in Montreal, Quebec to a Vietnamese father and a French Canadian mother,[3] Nguyen currently lives in Montreal, and has directed four feature films to date.

Filmography[edit]

  • Soleil glacé (2000, short)
  • Le Marais (2002)
  • The Glove (2004, short)
  • La chambre no. 13 (2006, television)
  • Truffe (2008)
  • La Cité (2010)
  • Rebelle (2012)

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