Tanit Jitnukul

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Tanit Jitnukul
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Tanit Jitnukul in September 2007.
Born 1956
Songkhla Province, Thailand
Occupation Film director, screenwriter, producer, actor
Years active 1985-present
Awards

Thailand National Film Awards
2000 - Best director, Bang Rajan

Fantasia Festival
2000 - Second-place film, Bang Rajan

Tanit Jitnukul (Thai: ธนิตย์ จิตนุกูล, born in 1956 in Songkhla Province, Thailand) is a Thai film director, screenwriter and producer. Among his films is the 2000 historical battle epic, Bang Rajan. His nickname is "Pued".

Biography[edit]

Tanit graduated from Siam Vocational School. He started in the movie business as a film-poster artist. In 1985 he was the co-director on Suem Noi Noi Galon Mark Noi ("Happy Go Lucky") with Adirek Wattaleela, better known in Thailand simply as "Uncle". Uncle would go on to produce Bangrajan.

Tanit made his name doing historical battle epics, directing a string of them: Bang Rajan, Legend of the Warlord and Sema: Warrior of Ayutthaya. However, he's worked in many genres, including horror (Art of the Devil and Narok), crime-action (102 Bangkok Robbery) and comedy (Andaman Girl).

He won best director honors at the Thailand National Film Awards for Bang Rajan. The film was also screened at the 2000 Fantasia Festival, where it placed second in the international competition. Bang Rajan was later "presented" by Oliver Stone in a theatrical release in the United States.

Filmography[edit]

Director[edit]

  • Suem Noi Noi Galon Mark Noi(Happy-Go-Lucky) (1985)
  • Happy-Go-Lucky 2 (1986)
  • Magic Moon (1991)
  • Love Affaire (1997)
  • Leua jone phan leua (Crime King) (1998)
  • Hello Countryside (1999)
  • Bang Rajan (2000)
  • Kun pan (Legend of the Warlord) (2002)
  • Khunsuk (Sema: Warrior of Ayutthaya) (2003)
  • Khon len khong (Art of the Devil)
  • 102 piit krungthep plon (102 Bangkok Robbery) (2004)
  • The Lord of Ayuthaya (Jao Tak) (2004; direct-to-video)
  • Jee (Andaman Girl) (2005))
  • Narok (Hell) (2005)
  • Hak yae (Black Night, segment The Lost Memory) (2006)
  • First Flight (in production)
  • Red Eagle (in production)
  • Ghost Day (2012)

Producer[edit]

Screenwriter[edit]

Actor[edit]

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