Documentary (56’) | directed by Ke Jin-yuan 柯金源 | Taiwan, 2019
Documentary (33’) | directed by Huang Wei-sheng 黃威勝 | Taiwan, 2019
FESTIVALS AND AWARDS
2019 — Kadoma International Film Festival, Osaka, Japan — Nominated for Best Documentary and Best Documentary Photography
Documentary (100’) | directed by Lee Yong-chao 李永超 | Taiwan/Myanmar, 2017
EN Somewhere in Myanmar is a forest rich in amber and controlled by the Kachin Independence Army (KIA). Most of its inhabitants work in a mine, digging the earth night and days in the hope of finding the precious ore that will get them out of poverty. But on top of the excruciating hardship of the work, they also have to fear an attack from the army.
FR Quelque part au Myanmar se trouve une forêt riche en ambre contrôlée par l’Armée pour l’indépendance Kachin. La plupart de ses habitants travaillent dans une mine, creusant la terre jour et nuit dans l’espoir de trouver la précieuse résine qui les sortira de la misère; mais plus que la pénibilité du travail, ils craignent les attaques de l’armée.
2018 — Hong Kong Asian Film Festival, Hong Kong
2018 — Screening the Forest, Singapore
2018 — 11th Taiwan International Film Festival, Taipei, Taiwan, National Competition
2017 — 12th Jogja-NETPAC Asian Film Festival, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, showcased in Taiwan Docs
2017 — Busan International Film Festival, Busan, South Korea, showcased in Wide Angle
2017 — Locarno International Film Festival, Locarno, Switzerland, selected in Semaine de la critique, International Competition
Where We Belong
Where We Belong
Short documentary film (30’) | directed by Xu Hong-cai 許鴻財 | Taiwan, 2017
A Burmese-Chinese family struggles with their life between Taiwan and Myanmar. Where should they settle down?
2018 — Golden Harvest Award 金穗獎最佳學生紀錄片獎 — Won the Best documentary in the Student films category
2017 — New Taipei City Documentary Film Award 新北市紀錄片獎首獎 — Won the Grand Prize
Documentary (61’) | directed by Hung En Su 蘇弘恩 | Taiwan, 2014
For hundreds of years, this island, Taiwan, has been under different rules. From the Dutch, the Spanish, the Japanese, and nowadays Republic of China, each regime left their footprints on this island. During these periods, only the indigenous people of this island truly experienced of the process. As being ruled, indigenous peoples were labeled in different names and self-cultures had gradually being changed. The main character in the documentary is a Truku old man. Through his life experiences and life course, we see the history of aboriginal recertification movement.
2016 — 17th Asiatica Film Mediale, Rome, Italy – Documentary Competition
2016 — 18th Taipei Film Festival, Taipei, Taiwan – Documentary Competition
2016 — 10th Taiwan International Documentary Festival, Taipei, Taiwan – Taiwan Competition and Asian Vision Competition – Won Special Jury Award
2016 — 38th Golden Harvest Awards, Taipei, Taiwan
2015 — 15th South Taiwan Film Festival, Tainan, Taiwan – Won Best Film Award
2015 — Taiwan International Ethnographic Film Festival, Taipei, Taiwan
Sounds of Peace
Sounds of Peace
TV documentary (41’) | directed by Yang Li-zhou 楊力州 | Taiwan, 2011
Web documentary (12’) | by Liang Zhun, Benoît Vermander, Nicolas Priniotakis and Pinti Zheng | China, 2010