AAM ANUSORN AND HIS WORKS.
Anusorn Soisa-ngim (Aam) is a Thai Filmmaker, Director, and Writer. He is one of the fighters for the independent film industry and most of his films are based on his experiences. What makes his films interesting is the new fresh storylines that he writes. He established COMMETIVE PRODUCTION CO., LTD. when he was in his second year at the University.
Soisa-ngim studied at Bangkok University where he received a bachelor's degree in Film and Performing Arts. In 2012, his first short film was selected to be seen in many International Short Film Festivals around the world.
Soisa-ngim is the first Thai filmmaker to be funded by the government of Hokkaido, Japan for his film "Present Perfect"(2017). It was modified and adapted from the old short version film in 2012. The film received 1 of 7 Best Film Awards at the LGBTQ Amsterdam Film Festival in the Netherlands. Present Perfect also won for the Best Film in the First Time Filmmaking Session 2020 and he also made a film documentary. His work was awarded the funding from the Busan Film Commission in South Korea for the movie "Why Am I Left Behind" (2014) which was filmed in China. His short films "Present Perfect"(2012) and "There Is No Space For Me"(2015) also have been widely recognized in the leading short film festivals all around the globe. In 2019, Soisa-ngim released "Bangkok Dark Tales", a horror slasher that he directed and produced that was screened in Thailand and Southeast Asia countries on May 23rd and September 26th in Singapore. Soisa-ngim is also known for his work on television with "2moons2 the Series" based on the bestselling book "2moons". The TV Show became an instant hit worldwide with more than 100 million views and was ranked No.2 most-watched TV series in 2019. 2Moons2 was nominated for the "Best LGBTQ TV Program" category at the Content Asian Awards 2020.
In March 2020, He released "PRESENT STILL PERFECT". He is proving to his fans and the film industry that he can bring fresh new ideas to the Thai film industry, The film is the sequel to 2017, "Present Perfect Film'. The film has been recognized by many International Film Festivals such as the 'Rosze Filmdagen Amsterdam film festival in the Netherlands and oh, boy! Films marathon 2020' in France. The film was scheduled to be released on March 12, in Both SF and Major Cineplex cinema theaters in Thailand, but the Coronavirus has taken a heavy toll on the Thai cinema. Therefore, the showing of "Present Still Perfect" shows moved to the online platform such as Vimeo, Viki, and DVD orders.
"Present Still Perfect" became the No.1 most-watched film in Taiwan for 5 weeks, which holds No.1 for the longest film of all time. The film also became No.1 in many countries such as the USA, Germany, and all Southeast Asia countries. It also became one of the top 5 Best LGBTQ films of 2020 by NME magazine and won “Best Picture” for the BL awards. It was also nominated at many film festivals.
In early 2021, he released the documentary film called “BL: Broken Sky” and made a huge impact on the BL community. In March 2021, he released his 2nd TV series “Call It What You Want” and the series was successful by being nominated for the "Best LGBTQ TV Program" category in the Content Asian Awards 2021. This was the second time he was nominated in this category and became the first director who had been nominated two times two years in a row. The series debut of the first episode became the most-watched BL tv series in the first week. It garnered more and more viewers with the remaining episodes. In the same year, he released Call It What You Want Season 2. He did it again with the same success as Season 1. Th season finale has been called “The most satisfying ending in BL history.”
Now he working on the project called “Till The World Ends” with plans to release it in 2022.