Documenting Student Movements in Taiwan: An Audience with Documentary Film Maker Chiang Wei-hua
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Speaker: Director Chiang Wei-hua
Date: 11 February 2015Time: 10:00 AM
Finishes: 11 February 2015Time: 12:30 PM
Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings Room: KLT
Type of Event: Seminar
On February 11 documentary film maker Chiang Wei-hua will return to SOAS. He last came to SOAS in December 2013 to screen his award winning documentary The Right Thing (廣場), which looks at the story of the 2008-9 Wild Strawberry Student Movement. This time he will discuss his experiences of documenting Taiwan's student movements and discuss clips from both The Right Thing and from his forthcoming film The Mob (街頭). His much anticipated sequel to The Right Thing examines what happened to Wild Strawberry protestors in the next six years, culminating in the Sunflower Movement.
An Audience with Documentary Film Maker Chiang Wei-hua
If you missed the 2013 screening of The Right Thing Chiang will be screening the film at Surrey University on February 9. It is also available in the SOAS Library. On February 12, he will also be discussing footage from The Mob at Oxford University.
Chiang Wei-Hua, a freelance filmmaker, was born in Banqiao, Taiwan in 1976. He received his B.F.A. from the Department of Fine Arts at Tunghai University, and his Master degree from the Graduate Institute of Sound and Image Studies in Documentary, at Tainan National University of the Arts.
Organiser: Centre of Taiwan Studies
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