The 7th Kuan-Du Film Festival Opens on Oct. 2 with Two Feature Films

Focus of this year’s Kuan-Du Film Festival is the Great Britain and the London Film School. The festival will also screen selected films from 2014 Hong Kong Fresh Wave Film Competition as well as student films from local film schools and, of course, TNUA’s own film students.

The 7th Kuan-Du Film Festival is held from Oct. 2 to Oct. 9 in the Movie Theater located on the 3rd floor of the Arts and Activities Complex Building.

For program information, please check:節目表

Two Graduate Students are Selected for Competition in the Short Film Category of This Year’s Golden Horse Awards

Both CHEN Jian-chang, majoring in screenwriting, and Grace LEE Hwai-chin, majoring in film producing, each has a short film in competition in the Golden Horse Awards to be held in November. Congratulations!


Four Graduate Program Alumni Won Awards in the 2015 Golden Bell Television Awards

A total of 10 prizes were awarded to four alumni of the Graduate Program of the Department of Filmmaking, Hank TSENG Han-hsien (producing), HSU Rong-Rong, HSU Fu-hsiang, and LAI Meng-rong, in this year’s Golden Bell Television Awards, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year.

For award list, please check: 2015年電視金鐘獎

Congratulations to them!

Three professors awarded Golden Horses

Three adjunct professors of the Department of Filmmaking were awarded the prestigious awards in the 51st Golden Horse Awards ceremony held in Taipei on 22 November, 2014.

Assistant Professor CHEN Shiang-Chyi won the Best Actress Award for her performance in Exit.

Assistant Professor YEE Chih-Yen won the Best Original Screenplay Award for his dark comedy Meeting Dr. Sun.

Assistant Professor Jimmy Chih-ming HUANG was awarded Best Taiwanese Filmmaker of the Year Award for his three major productions in the year 2013-14. Read more

Taiwanese American Documentarian Anita Chang to screen her films 10:30 am on December 8 in our cinema

Anita Wen-Shin Chang is an independent filmmaker. She was born to parents who immigrated to the U.S. from Taiwan in the 1960’s, fleeing a dictatorship. She grew up in Akron, Ohio and Massachusetts. Chang received her BA in American Studies and English at Tufts University, and MFA in Cinema at San Francisco State University. She has worked as a community activist, an urban youth counselor, civil rights investigator, and education director for a non-profit San Francisco-based media literacy organization. Read more

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