Ke Guo is a Chinese film director, screenwriter and producer who has been making films since the mid-2000s. He is best known for the critically acclaimed and commercially successful films he has directed, such as the romantic drama Love in the Mist (2006) and the comedy-drama Let’s Get Together (2009).
Ke was born in Beijing, China, in 1984. His parents were both academics and he grew up in a very strict but loving household. As a child, he was fascinated by movies, especially the works of filmmakers like Akira Kurosawa and Steven Spielberg. He decided early on that he wanted to become a filmmaker.
Ke attended Beijing University, studying film production. Following his graduation in 2006, he began working as a director and producer for a number of low-budget films. His first feature film, Love in the Mist, was released in 2006 and was a success both critically and commercially. The film won several awards, including the Golden Horse Award for Best New Director.
In 2009, Ke released his second feature film, Let’s Get Together. The film was a huge success, both critically and commercially. It was the highest-grossing Chinese film of 2009 and was nominated for several awards, including the Golden Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival.
Ke has continued to make films since then, working with a variety of genres. His most recent film, The Great Wall, was released in 2016. It was a box office success and was praised for its technical achievement.
Ke has proved himself to be a talented and versatile filmmaker. He has been able to make a wide variety of films, from romantic dramas to action-adventures, and has found success in both genres. His films have been praised for their strong storytelling and technical skill, and he has become one of the most successful Chinese filmmakers of the 21st century.