Ekachai Uekrongtham (Thai: เอกชัย เอื้อครองธรรม; rtgs: Ekkachai Uea-khrongtham; Chinese: 吕翼谋) is a Thai theatre and film director. Based in Singapore, Ekachai is the founding artistic director of ACTION Theatre, a Singapore professional theatre company.
Among his stage works is Chang & Eng, a musical based on Chang and Eng Bunker, the original "Siamese twins". His other stage works include Corporate Animals - The Musical, Ka-Ra-you-OK?, Viva Viagra!, Autumn Tomyam, Mail Order Brides & Other Oriental Takeaways and Confessions of Three Unmarried Women.
He made his debut as a feature-film director in 2003 with Beautiful Boxer, a biographical drama about transsexual professional Muay Thai boxer, Nong Thoom. His second film, Pleasure Factory, about sex workers and their customers in Singapore's Geylang red-light district, was an official selection of the Cannes Film Festival in 2007. His third film, The Coffin, starring Ananda Everingham, opened in Thai theaters on August 21, 2008.
- 1991: The Nose (short film) – director, writer and producer
- 2004: Beautiful Boxer – director, writer and producer
- 2007: Pleasure Factory - director, writer and producer
- 2008: The Coffin - director
- 2009: The Wedding Game - director and writer
- 2015: Skin Trade - director
- 1995: Corporate Animals - director
- 1998: Ka-Ra-you-OK? – director
- 1999: The Swimming Instructor - director
- 2000: Viva Viagra! - director
- 2000: Chang & Eng - director
- 2001: Autumn Tomyam - director
- 2005: The Admiral's Odyssey - producer
- 2006: Confessions of 300 Unmarried Men - producer and artistic director
- 2007: Everything But The Brain - producer and artistic director
- 2007: The Swimming Instructor - producer
- 2007: Postcards from Rosa - producer and artistic director
- 2007: Hitting (On) Women - producer
- 2007: Real Men, Fake Orgasms - producer
- 2011: Boxing Boys - director
- "«快乐工厂» 恶评如潮 罗子涵白脱!" (in Chinese). Singapore Press Holdings. 2007-10-31. Archived from the original on 2007-11-01.
- "坎城60／為「快樂工廠」造勢 楊貴媚現身坎城" (in Chinese). Taiwan: TVBS. 2007-05-24. Archived from the original on 2011-09-27.
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