San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
From the romance and action of box office hits to contemporary cinematic masterpieces, from gritty independent documentaries to cool art house pioneers — Taiwan boasts a rich cinema, with generations of internationally lauded directors. Take this rare opportunity to immerse yourself in a special selection of Taiwan's filmmaking talent from the last four decades.
All screenings are FREE and open to the public, but places are limited so bookings are essential. Please select your desired film/s from the ticket menu above. All films have English subtitles and are unclassified (R18+) unless otherwise noted.
Saturday 21 March
11am Spring: The Story of Hsu Chin-Yu 春天: 許金玉的故事
1pm The Peach Blossom Land 暗戀桃花源
3.30pm Rebels of the Neon God 青少年哪吒
7pm Monga 艋舺
Sunday 22 March
10.30am Writings that Weave Waves 潮浪譜寫共鳴
11.45am The Gangster's God 炸神明
2pm The Terrorizers 恐怖份子
4.45pm Cape No.7 海角七號
More information about the films can be found at http://ciw.anu.edu.au/events/2015/tff/
Special guided tours of the exhibition Between – Picturing 1950-1960s Taiwan 間: 臺灣五六十年代面影 currently showing in the China in the World Gallery will be held that weekend. All are welcome but spaces are limited so email firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your spot.
Tours run 21 March 2015, 2.50pm to 3.20pm and 22 March 2015, 1.15pm to 1.45pm
For more information about the exhibition visit
When & Where
The Australian National University
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