BEAU HAN BRIDGE | 韩博渊

Beau Han Bridge is a film director and scriptwriter. Raised in Canada, he is drawn to exploring social character, psychological realism, and estrangement through an interdisciplinary lens of cinema and theatre. As a theatre director, his work in Midtwenties Theatre Society has been covered nationally by CBC, the Georgia Straight, and Vancouver Sun, and has premiered original works in both Vancouver and New York. As a film director, he has screened narrative shorts and dance films in local west-coast festivals, such as the  2021 Dancing on the Edge Festival, 2021 Vancouver Fringe Festival (Digital Edition), 2019 Rio Grind Film Festival, and Canada International Film Festival. As of 2021, Beau holds a bachelor’s degree in Criminology, Psychology, and a Contemporary Arts Diploma from Simon Fraser University. He is now currently pursuing a master’s degree in film production as an MFA graduate candidate at York University.