TPNWCP Hou Chi-Jan Series: Hou Chi-Jan Director's Q&A
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Director Hou Chi-Jan 侯季然
Date: 30 October 2020Time: 2:00 PM
Finishes: 30 October 2020Time: 4:00 PM
Venue: Virtual Event
Type of Event: Virtual Event
*This event will be held online through Microsoft Teams.
As well as the above link, links to this online Q&A session will also be posted across the Centre's social media channels.
To close the first series in our Taiwan Post-New Wave Cinema Project, this special Q&A session will give attendees the rare opportunity to ask questions and have in-depth discussion with Director Hou Chi-Jan on his works, filmmaking experiences and thoughts on Taiwan's Post-New Wave Cinema as one of its key figures.
Director Hou Chi-Jan
Born on 15th November 1973 in Taipei. Writer and film director. Having worked on the “Database of Taiwan Cinema” since his collage days, Hou’s works tend to be lyrical and stylish, and are often characterized by the theme of time and memory. His experimental short “Stardust 15749001” won the Grand Prix at the Taipei International Film Festival in 2003. Hou's second short “My 747” won the Grand Prix at the Hong Kong IFVA Independent Short Film & Video Award in 2006. His documentary work “Taiwan Black Movies”, presenting the cult films of the repressive age of Taiwan's 1970s, was nominated for the Golden Horse Awards and invited to many international film festivals. His first feature film “One Day” was officially selected in the 2010 Berlin International Film Festival.
2010 “Juliet’s Choice” (one short of triptych film “Juliets” )
2010 “One Day”(35mm/ feature)
Berlin International Film Festival
Vladivostok International Film Festival –The Special Jury Award
2007 “Shopping Cart Boy” (35mm/ short)
2005 “Taiwan Black Movies” (16mm/ documentary)
Taipei Golden Horse Award / Nominated as the Best Documentary
2005 “My 747”(11’) (documentary, short)
IFVA Hong Kong Independent Short Film & Video Award- Grand Prize
2003 “Stardust 15749001”(experimental, short)
Taipei Film Festival: Grand Prize
Organiser: SOAS Centre of Taiwan Studies
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