A film producer who specialises in regional and international co-productions of high-quality and award-winning feature films which are also commercially distributed worldwide, Tee is also an international film festival consultant. She works closely with many leading film festivals and international film bodies on strategy, management, PR, education and training and partnership initiatives.
In 2006 she launched the first Asian Film Awards, bringing films and filmmakers from across Asia together at one awards event for the first time. Alongside her ongoing work as a producer, from 2008 to 2014, she acted as an advisory board member for the Asian Film Market at Busan and since 2007 she has been an advisory board member for Cinemart, the oldest and most respected coproduction market for feature films. She has been a member of the Berlinale selection committee since 2010 and is currently Festival Director of Cinemasia Film Festival, the biggest pan Asian film festival in the Netherlands.
Amongst her credits as an award-winning producer/co-producer are James Lee’s The Beautiful Washing Machine, Robin Lee’s The Shoe Fairy, Ho Yuhang’s Rain Dogs, At the End of Daybreak and Mrs K, Lee Yoon-ki’s Come Rain, Come Shine and Edwin’s Postcards from the Zoo.
Tee has served as jury member, mentor, advisor and panellist at countless international film festivals and events, most recently including Berlinale Talents, the BFI London Film Festival Competition Jury, Venice Biennale College, Bridging the Dragon/EFM and the QCinema International Film Festival in the Philippines.