Eric K. Yue (b. New York, NY) is a multi-disciplinary artist & filmmaker who has lensed a variety of traditional narrative films, time-based and screen-based projects.

 Interview @ Le Cinéma Club

︎︎︎ Studio

︎︎︎ Director


US Representation

Features & Television
Grant Illes

Commercial & Music Video
Shari Shankewitz


BFA New York University
Tisch School of the Arts

MFA University of Pennsylvania
Interdisciplinary Fine Arts


Atropia (forthcoming)
Director: Hailey Benton Gates
Frenesy / Ways&Means / Paradise City

I Saw The TV Glow (forthcoming)
Director: Jane Schoenbrun
A24 / Fruit Tree

A Thousand and One (2023)
Director: A.V. Rockwell
Focus Features
︎ Sundance Film Festival 2023
︎ Winner Grand Jury Prize Narrative Competition

The Giant (2020)
Director: David Raboy
    ︎   Toronto International Film Festival 2019
    ︎    San Sebastián International Film Festival 2019


38 (2021)
Directors: Daniel Chew & Micaela Durand
    ︎     New York Film Festival 2021

Negative Two (2020)
Directors: Daniel Chew & Micaela Durand
    ︎     Rotterdam Film Festival 2020

Beach Week (2015)
Director: David Raboy
    ︎     Clermont-Ferrand 2015
The Giant (2012)
Director: David Raboy
    ︎      Locarno International Film Festival 2012

Art & Installation

 Capture and Sequestration (2023)
Director: Josh Kline
︎  Whitney Museum of American Art

Life After BOB (2021)
Director: Ian Cheng
    ︎     The Shed

West Side Story (2020)
Director: Ivo van Hove
    ︎    Broadway Theater

Another America is Possible (2017)
Director: Josh Kline

    ︎    Stuart Shave Modern Art

︎  Whitney Museum of American Art


Steven Meisel, Craig McDean, Mert & Marcus, Tyrone Lebon, Frank Lebon, Oliver Hadlee Pearch, Daniel Sannwald, Columbine Goldsmith, Willy Vanderpierre, Brianna Capozzi


Oneohtrix Point Never, FKA Twigs

Layer 1

A Thousand and One (feature film)
112 min / USA / 2023

Struggling but unapologetically living on her own terms, Inez is moving from shelter to shelter in mid-1990s New York City. With her 6-year-old son Terry in foster care and unable to leave him again, she kidnaps him so they can build their life together. As the years go by, their family grows and Terry becomes a smart yet quiet teenager, but the secret that has defined their lives threatens to destroy the home they have so improbably built.

︎ Go Behind the Scenes With A Thousand and One’s Cinematographer as He Creates an Authentic Harlem

︎  “I Was Drawn to Harlem as a Character and How Gentrification Was Also an Antagonist” DP Eric Yue on A Thousand and One – Filmmaker Magazine

Released by Focus Features
March 31, 2023

Writer & Director: A.V. Rockwell
Producers: Eddie Vaisman, Julia Lebedev, Lena Waithe, Rishi Rajani, Brad Weston
Starring: Teyana Taylor, Will Catlett, Josiah Cross, Aven Courtney, Aaron Kingsley Adetola

Director of Photography: Eric K Yue
Production Design: Sharon Lomofsky
Editor: Sabine Hoffman
Kristan Sprague
Music: Gary Gunn
Color: Mikey Rossiter
Maxine Gervais

2023 Sundance Film Festival
︎ Grand Jury Prize Narrative Competition

︎ Arri Alexa Mini

The Giant (feature film)
100 min / USA & France / 2020

Charlotte's life is changed forever when the teenager's small Georgia town is shaken by the beginning of a series of murders on the same night that her missing boyfriend coincidentally reappears. As an unknown killer on the loose preys on young women over the course of a summer, Charlotte has to navigate this new danger while also struggling to recover from the trauma of her mother's recent suicide. Forced to recognize the world's indifference and lack of easy explanations, Charlotte must reconcile with her adolescent past as she faces an increasingly uncertain future, in this coming-of-age drama tinged with elements of horror and the supernatural.

︎ Amazon Prime

Writer & Director: David Raboy
Producers: Daniel Dewes, Dennis Masel, Rachael Fung, Gary Farkas, Clément Lepoutre, Olivier Muller

Starring: Odessa Young, Ben Schnetzer, Jack Kilmer, Madelyn Cline, Danny Ramirez, PJ Marshall

Director of Photography: Eric K Yue
Production Design: Amber Unkle
Editor: David Raboy
Music: Ari Balouzian
Color: Mikey Rossiter at The Mill
VFX: Mathematic
Sound Design: Luciano Vignola

Released by Vertical Entertainment

2019 Toronto International Film Festival
2019 San Sebastián International Film Festival

2019 American Film Festival Poland

︎ Super 35mm & Super 16mm

Music Videos

A$AP Rocky - A$AP Forever
Format: S16mm
Director: Dexter Navy

Kali Uchis – Nuestro Planeta
Director: Daniel Sannwald
Format: Alexa Mini

Lucy Dacus – Night Shift
Director: Jane Schoenbrun
Format: Super 16mm

Oneohtrix Point Never – Black Snow
Director: Daniel Lopatin (OPN)
Format: Arri Alexa

Kelela – Rewind
Director: Eric K. Yue
Format: HD

Okaykaya – Damn, Gravity
Director: Eric K. Yue
Format: HD


Director: Matt Dillon Cohen
Format: 4 Perf 35mm

Director: Matt Dillon Cohen
Format: 4 Perf 35mm

Nike Legacy
Director: DLA
Format: Super 16mm

Rag & Bone – Times Change
Director: Austin Peters
Format: 35mm

Dior Men’s FW23
Dir: Frank Lebon

Gucci Horsebit 1955
Dir: Mert&Marcus

Kenzo SS23
Dir: Frank Lebon

Photographer: Steven Miesel

Diesel SS22
Director: Frank Lebon

Prada Fragrance
Photographer: Steven Miesel

Miu Miu
Photographer: Steven Miesel

The Giant (short film)
20 min / USA / 2012

Tonight, 17-year-old Charlotte's allowing herself one last glance at the life she'll leave behind. At a party thrown by the people she grew up with, she prepares to say goodbye, but in this town — where the August swelter and Kudzu vine smother all, and where a killer known as the Giant preys on young girls just like herself — it won't be that easy.

Writer & Director: David Raboy
Starring: Nicole Patrick & Vincent Santvoord

Official Selection:
2012 Locarno Film Festival
2013 Clermont-Ferrand Film Festival
2013 Jeonju Film Festival
2013 IndieLisboa Film Festival
2013 Little Rock Film Festival

︎ Super 35mm