Kun Chang

Kun is an award-winning filmmaker with extensive experience in gaming and interactive storytelling. He is the director of several award-winning films, documentaries and commercials, shot on multiple continents, for among others: CBC, BBC and National Geographic. He has directed the cinematics for the videogames Watch Dogs, Avatar, Prince of Persia and AND1. He was also the art director for the indie videogame Osmos (Apple’s game of the Year 2011, and winner of an Apple Design Award). 

The videogame Osmos has been exhibited at the MoMa and at the Museum of the Moving Image in NYC. 

He has been nominated for several Gemini and Gemeaux awards, a VES award, is a recipient of a Canada Art Council Grant, and is a member of the Lincoln Centers Theatre Directors Lab.

Kun began his career as a concept artist on Star Wars: The Phantom Menace and The Fifth Element. He has free-lanced as a designer and art director for, among others, Lego; Cirque du Soleil; the videogame Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory; and for the films Across the Universe and Hellboy 2.

Kun was born in Denmark by Chinese and German parents. He speaks 5 languages; he has a B.A. in Law and Economics and a M.A. in Design for Film and Television from the Royal College of Art, London. 

He currently lives in Montreal and is a Canadian Resident and Danish Citizen.