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The Third International Conference on the Film Histories of Taiwan and Asia Cinemas: The Exchange (of Personnel) between Taiwan and Hong Kong Cinemas between 1950s and 1970s

The Third International Conference on the Film Histories of Taiwan and Asia Cinemas: The Exchange (of Personnel) between Taiwan and Hong Kong Cinemas between 1950s and 1970s

Conference Time: October 6-8, 2017

Conference Venue: Taipei National University of the Arts, National Central University, Taiwan

 

Topics of the conference:

  1. Martial Arts and Kungfu Films of Hong Kong and Taiwan (with special focuses on King Hu and Zhang Che)
  2. The emergence of Wenyi Pian in the 1950s and the rise and fall of Qiong Yao Melodrama
  3. The rise and fall of Taiwanese-Dialect Films
  4. Li Han-hsiang and the influence of his Grand Motion Picture Company (Guolian Studio)
  5. Healthy Realism and its influence
  6. Nationalist policy, the rise of Mandarin film (Guoyu Pian), and exchange between cinemas of Taiwan and Hong Kong
  7. The rise and fall of Black (Mafia) Film in Hong Kong and Taiwan
  8. Other topics related to cinemas of Hong Kong and Taiwan between the 1950s and 1970s

 

Please email your abstract (in less than 1,000 words) before June 1, 2016 to the following address: meihsuan@filmmaking.tnua.edu.tw

Please also indicate that the email is for “Abstract submission to the 3rd International Conference on Film Histories of Taiwan and Asia” and include in the email your short c.v. and contact information such as phone number, address, or other email address.

 

Contact Phone: (02)28961000#3908

Address: Department of Filmmaking, Taipei National University of the Arts, No. 1, Hsuehyuan Road, Beitou, Taipei City, 112 Taiwan

 

“The Exchange (of Personnel) between Taiwan and Hong Kong Cinemas between 1950s and 1970s" CALL FOR PAPERS

CALL FOR PAPERS

 

The Third International Conference on the Film Histories of Taiwan and Asia Cinemas: The Exchange (of Personnel) between Taiwan and Hong Kong Cinemas between 1950s and 1970s

 

Conference Time: October 7 & 8, 2017

Conference Venue: Arts and Activities Complex, Taipei National University of the Arts

 

Topics of the conference:

  1. Martial Arts and Kungfu Films of Hong Kong and Taiwan (with special focuses on King Hu and Zhang Che)
  2. The emergence of Wenyi Pian in the 1950s and the rise and fall of Qiong YaoMelodrama
  3. The rise and fall of Taiwanese-Dialect Films
  4. Li Han-hsiang and the influence of his Grand Motion Picture Company (Guolian Studio)
  5. Healthy Realism and its influence
  6. Nationalist policy, the rise of Mandarin film (Guoyu Pian), and exchange between cinemas of Taiwan and Hong Kong
  7. The rise and fall of Black (Mafia) Film in Hong Kong and Taiwan
  8. Other topics related to cinemas of Hong Kong and Taiwan between the 1950s and 1970s

 

Please email your abstract (in less than 1,000 words) before June 1, 2016 to the following address: meihsuan@filmmaking.tnua.edu.tw

Please also indicatethat the email is for “Abstract submission to the 3rd International Conference on Film Histories of Taiwan and Asia” and include in the email your short c.v. and contact information such as phone number, address, or other email address.

 

Contact Phone: (02)28961000#3904

Address: Department of Filmmaking, Taipei National University of the Arts, No. 1, Hsuehyuan Road, Beitou, Taipei City, 112 Taiwan

CALL FOR PAPERS: The Second International Conference on the Film Histories of Taiwan and Asia Cinemas: A Comparison of Korean and Taiwan Cinemas under Japanese Colonial Rule

The Second International Conference on the Film Histories of Taiwan and Asia Cinemas: A Comparison of Korean and Taiwan Cinemas under Japanese Colonial Rule

Conference will be held on October 1&2, 2016

Venue:Taipei National University of the Arts, Arts and Activities Complex

Topics of the conference:

(1)       Development of Taiwan cinema under the film policies of the Japanese (colonial) government

(2)       Development of Korean (Chosen) cinema under the film policies of the Japanese (colonial) government

(3)       Korean (Chosen) cinema in Japan’s militarist period

(4)       Taiwan cinema in Japan’s militarist period

(5)       Other film related topic during Japan’s colonial rule in Taiwan or Korea (Chosen)

Please email your abstract (in less than 1,000 words) before August 1, 2016 to the following address:  dmlee@techart.tnua.edu.tw

Contact Phone: (02)28961000#3902 or 3901

Address: Department of Filmmaking, Taipei National University of the Arts, No. 1, Hsuehyuan Road, Beitou, Taipei City, 112 Taiwan

Congratulations to Our Graduate Students for Winning the Audi Short Film Award in 2016 Berlinale

Congratulations to Our Graduate Students for Winning the Audi Short Film Award in 2016 Berlinale!

Anchorage Prohibited (Jinzhi xia mao) is a film produced in the Year 2 Production Workshop class in 2015 directed by directing-major graduate student Chiang Wei-Liang, written by Chiang and writing-major graduate students Alan Wang and Lynn Chen. 

 

Congratulations to “The Free Man" being selected in the 10 live action short films list and advancing in the voting process for the 88th Academy Awards®.

Congratulations to Quah Boon-Lip for his short film “The Free Man" being selected in the 10 live action short films list and advancing in the voting process for the 88th Academy Awards®.

The 10 films are listed below in alphabetical order by title, with their production companies:

“Ave Maria,” Basil Khalil, director, and Eric Dupont, producer (Incognito Films)

“Bad Hunter,” Sahim Omar Kalifa, director, and Dries Phlypo, producer (A Private View)

“Bis Gleich (Till Then),” Philippe Brenninkmeyer, producer, and Tara Lynn Orr, writer (avenueROAD Films)

“Contrapelo (Against the Grain),” Gareth Dunnet-Alcocer, director, and Pin-Chun Liu, producer (Ochenta y Cinco Films)

“Day One,” Henry Hughes, director (American Film Institute)

“Everything Will Be Okay (Alles Wird Gut),” Patrick Vollrath, director (Filmakademie Wien)

“The Free Man (Zi You Ren),” Quah Boon-Lip, director (Taipei National University of the Arts)

“Shok,” Jamie Donoughue, director (Eagle Eye Films)

“Stutterer,” Benjamin Cleary, director (Bare Golly Films)

“Winter Light,” Julian Higgins, director, and Josh Pence, producer (Innerlight Films and Prelude Pictures)

 

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