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Lee Briones-Meily

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About Lee Briones-Meily

Lee Briones-Meily is most well known for camera, and has 22 known credits, of which 22 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Lee Briones-Meily’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Lee Briones-Meily’s movies you should definitely watch A Change of Heart (2000), as with 8.0 it is the highest rated movie Lee has worked on!

  1. A Change of Heart (2000)
  2. Once Before (2020)
  3. The Inheritance (2014)
  4. La Visa Loca (2005)
  5. Balikbayan #1: Memories of Overdevelopment Redux III (2015)

1. A Change of Heart (2000 Movie)

The best rated movie Lee Briones-Meily has been a part of is the family, drama movie A Change of Heart, where they had the role of camera. It has a rating on Friendspire of 8.0 and 7.1 on IMDb.

2. Once Before (2020)

Once Before has a rating on Friendspire of 5.5 and 5.9 on IMDb . Lee Briones-Meily worked on this romance, drama movie as camera.

3. The Inheritance (2014)

In The Inheritance Lee Briones-Meily was worked as cinematography. This horror, drama, fantasy movie has a rating on 6.7 on IMDb.

4. La Visa Loca (2005)

This comedy movie has a rating on 7.6 on IMDb. In La Visa Loca Lee Briones-Meily had the role of camera.

5. Balikbayan #1: Memories of Overdevelopment Redux III (2015)

Lee Briones-Meily was a part of the movie Balikbayan #1: Memories of Overdevelopment Redux III as camera. This documentary movie has a rating 7.3 on IMDb.

Frequently asked questions

What is Lee most known for?

Lee Briones-Meily is most known for camera. Lee has worked on 22 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Lee Briones-Meily’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is A Change of Heart, which has a score of 8.0.

Lee’s Filmography

Executive producer. After a tragic car crash, Gabby finds herself in a love triangle with the ghost of her fiancé and a friend seeking more than a platonic relationship.

Executive producer. Three siblings Danny, Art and Grace are now well settled with their respective families, in widely contrasting lifestyles. The one common thing that binds them loosely together is the love that their mother Dolores "Loleng" Rosales holds for all of them and her grandchildren, albeit expressed in varying ways and degrees, but always equally nurturing and self-giving. Much as they are held together by her, they are in turn separated by physical distance and the sad legacy left behind by their deceased, erstwhile strong-willed, patriarchal father.

Executive producer. Amidst the vast sugar plantations of Negros in Southern Philippines, a matriarch lies in the throes of death. Her children rush home to confront the crisis as news of the impending death of their well-loved mother spreads among the community. There, in their ancestral house, the siblings are forced to deal with the issues of inheritance, tradition and the family legacy. It is a familiar tale. After all, every family has its story. And to each one, its own deserved secrets.

Executive producer. Jess Huson has a dream like many other struggling Filipinos, he dreams of a better life for himself and his family in America. After he is rejected, Jess embarks on a comical adventure filled with crazy schemes and ludicrous plans that end up in hilarious train wrecks that can only happen, where else, in the Philippines.

Executive producer. Magellan, the famous navigator, met his untimely death in the Philippines before he could circumnavigate the globe. Ironically, it was his slave and translator Enrique who most likely was the first to achieve the historic feat.

Executive producer. Best friends forever or worst friends ever? Many years after high school, Emerald, Ruby, Perla, and Goldie (considered the Bicol “It Girls” of their batch) are reunited for the latter’s upcoming wedding. Joining them is Jade, Goldie’s friend from America. Everyone is excited about this get-together, but somehow, Goldie’s friends are finding it hard to believe that she is going to be the first to fulfill their dream of getting married, considering that she is the least attractive among them.

Executive producer. A socio-realist drama-comedy film, it follows a seemingly usual day in the life of Loida Malabanan as she embarks on yet another shooting day of a soap opera as an extra. As the shoot goes on, we get a glimpse of the truth in the ruling system of the production as well as the exploitation of the marginalized laborers like her.

Executive producer. A young woman works as a secretary for a high class escort service, and is drawn into the intrigues of a client and the man who has fallen in love with her.

Executive producer. Two college freshmen, Pol and Laya, accidentally meet during their last day of school in Baguio City. Laya is about to move back to Manila to escape from her failed romance, while Pol is about to spend a care-free night in a music festival. After witnessing Laya’s breakdown because of her recent heartbreak, Pol gets an idea to make her last night in Baguio fun and memorable.

Executive producer. Rafael, a village mayor caught in the murderous crossfire of the Philippine-American War. When U.S. troops occupy his village, Rafael comes under pressure from a tough-as-nails officer to help the Americans in their hunt for Filipino guerilla fighters. But Rafael's brother is the head of the local guerillas, and considers anyone who cooperates with the Americans to be a traitor. Rafael quickly finds himself forced to make the impossible, potentially deadly decisions faced by ordinary civilians in an occupied country.

Executive producer. The everyday struggles of people trying to bridge two cultures, as well as their attempt to find happiness in their new homeland. Tere (Cherrie Pie Picache), mid-forties and single, hosts a dinner for a friend visiting from Manila, Lorna. Invited are their New York City-based friends and former college classmates -- Mike (Christopher De Leon), a newspaper editor in his forties, Gerry (Ricky Davao), an advertising copywriter and closeted gay, and Marissa (Dina Bonnevie).

As Self. Reveals the courageous lives of pioneer camerawomen from Hollywood to Bollywood, from war zones to children’s laughter, in a way that has never been seen before. Based on a book by Alexis Krasilovsky, the film tells the stories of camerawomen surviving the odds in Afghanistan, Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Iran, Mexico, the U.S. and other countries, as well as exploring their individual visions.

Executive producer. Three working-class Manila women — Stella, Ailing and Choleng — are hired as paid mourners at a traditional Chinese funeral.

Executive producer. About a young painter who arrives at an island made of garbage. He uses the island and its denizens as his canvas and fights to protect the island from forces that threaten it.

Executive producer. A Palanca-winning comedy about gay best friends for life John (Joross Gamboa) and Mark (Edgar Allan Guzman) whose friendship is put to the test when one of them has a terminal illness and asks the other to help him stage his fake death, wake, and funeral as his dying wish. The result is a laughfest of "deadly" proportions.

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