Mom Luang Mingmongkol Sonakul (Thai: มล.มิ่งมงคล โสณกุล, born 1971 in Bangkok, Thailand) is a Thai film producer and independent film director. As the head of her own production company, Dedicate Ltd., she has produced films by Apichatpong Weerasethakul (Mysterious Object at Noon); Pen-Ek Ratanaruang, including Invisible Waves; Pimpaka Towira's One Night Husband and The Tin Mine by Jira Maligool.
Education and career
As a director, her films tend towards experimentalism. Her first feature film, I-San Special, featured the audio from a radio soap opera set in a luxury resort hotel, played out by passengers on a rickety bus heading from Bangkok to Isan.
Her 2005 feature, 3 Friends, co-directed with Aditya Assarat and Pum Chinaradee, and starring Napakpapha Nakprasitte, is a blend of the "movie star exploitation" VCDs and unscripted reality television series, showing the bikini-clad actress taking a beach vacation with two other friends.
- The River of Chao Phraya (1998)
- Mysterious Object at Noon (2000)
- I-San Special (2002)
- One Night Husband (2003)
- The Tin Mine (2005)
- 3 Friends (2005)
- Invisible Waves (2006)
- Twelve Twenty (2006)
- Alone (2007)
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