The World Behind The Teenage Psychic
A girl is looking for a place to stay. She strives to survive and meets an old man who scavenges in waste. They search for a home together, just like a dream that happens in the blink of an eye.
Asheng, once a gang member of the Zhongshan District, was sent to jail for 12 years after saving his friend Shaou. He is released and returns to Linsen North Road, his old turf, finding it familiar yet perplexing after being away for so many years. Shaou is now a mob boss with his own turf. When the son of Seagull’s patron, Mr. Xiao, is murdered, the evidence points to up-and-coming mobster Monkey. Shauo tries to ambush Monkey and fails, getting shot by the drugged up gangster instead. Asheng, who initially refused to help Shaou, is now filled with rage and decides to avenge his friend.
A former basketball player bonds with a robber and becomes attracted to a dark lifestyle.
“Siaulian”, who is released from prison and trying to turn his life back to track, runs into his childhood friend Tang, now a police officer, in a gang fight. Siaulian is wanted by the gangs since he has been made the one responsible for the fight. Siaulian is forced to form his own gang in order to protect his family and seek revenge. Eventually, he is wanted by both the gangsters and the police. As for Tang, he is struggling to protect his dearest friend as he is actually the reason why Siaulian was sentenced to prison.
The day LIAO was discharged from prison with his maimed right hand was also the day NAN was forced to retire. NAN will no longer be the head of CIB, just as LIAO will no longer be a pickpocket. LIAO wants to find the young pickpocket who called him “Daddy” back then, while NAN misses his daughter badly, who hated him profoundly and was unwilling to forgive him. So the two desperate old fellows start trying to find their last hope.
On the same day, in the same accident, Wei loses his pregnant wife and Ming her fiancé. In Buddhism, one is given 100 days to mourn for the dead. Like two mice lost in a labyrinth, Wei runs around in circles while Ming calmly creeps down a determined path. But the pain and sorrow linger on. With the 100th day approaching, they wonder if they'll ever be able to say goodbye.
This is not a story about a loving grandmother.
A triptych reinterpreting Shakespeare's classic character Juliet. The three stories are directed by 3 different directors; Juliet's Choice (By Hou Chi Jan), Two Juliets (By Shen Ko Shang), and Another Juliet (By Chen Yu Hsun) Juliet's Choice : In the 70's, Ju worked in a printing store where a boy with a banned article changes her life. Two Juliets : Mei is told that in the 80's, a woman faked insanity to be locked up just to wait for her lover. Another Juliet : In 2010, "Juliet" tries to commit suicide but a TV commercial crew gets in the way.....
Lion Dancing 2
A-Lie and Big D are friends and both virgins. To celebrate Big D’s birthday, A-Lie suggest to Big D that he should lose his virginity. On the Internet, the duo hire an escort called Wonderland. However, in a love hotel, Wonderland dies from a drug overdose and her body leaves the duo in shock. Eager to dispose the body, A-Lie takes advantage of his online celebrity status and asks Xi-Shi, a fan of A-Lie’s, to use her van and help the duo get rid of corpse. They stumble into numerous weird accidents, a journey full of desire, suspicion and betrayal and in the end, the cruelest summertime they have ever had.
'Cape No. 7' director Wei Te-Sheng returns to his melodic roots with Taiwan's first musical, '52Hz, I Love You.'
Two factions of Taipei's poorest high school students both plot to steal their school's iconic statue of the famed philosopher Dr. Sun to make some much-needed money-but when their plans clash and they find themselves at war, they have to question: what are they really fighting for?
This is a story of reminiscence, remembering my long-deceased Grandpa. To remember is to transcend, therefore it’s a story of time and space, overlapped and intertwined. It’s also a quest of love and work, a spiritual and emotional journey; and through which values are re-examined and life reaffirmed.
A film sequel to the popular series, U Motherbaker. It is a Taiwanese family comedy about culture and the challenges of transforming a traditional cake shop. The film spin-off depicts the mother’s adventures of being the number one fan of the superstar OO.
Xiao Zhen is a 16-year-old girl born with the ability to see spirits. As she uses her power to help the living deal with their loved ones on the other side, she must juggle the pressures of teenage life with the demands of the spirit world.
Campus bullying is a serious issue that every school try to root out. When the bullying manifests to outside of the school, who is responsible to stop it?
Yan Dong Ming used to be on the top of his career, a well-established music producer that's known for his love songs. However, the public has now completely lost interest in him. To extend his music dream, he ends up in Yun Hai Village under strange circumstances, a land isolated from the city and there, he met the "Planting Goddess" Tian Li Yun.
Yan Dong Ming, a neat freak and a guy that has "city cancer" – obsessed with city living can't get used to the natural habitat of Yun Hai Village. However, under the guidance of Li Yun, not only he fell in love with this self-sufficient cute village, he also fell in love with the strong and determined Li Yun.
When faced with the crisis of eradication of the village, will Dong Min choose to stand by Li Yun or will he return to the city and regain his long-lost music dream? How will Plant Goddess Li Yun defend her village and her beloved man?
Two university students have the same name, but very different lives. "Campus weed" Lin Yu Zhen is fierce and outspoken, but also kindhearted and sensible. "Campus flower" Ling Yu Zhen is an elegant, beautiful, ambitious girl from a wealthy family. Both girls are attracted to "Campus bad boy" Yang Kai Jie. 15 years later, Yu Zhen has become a successful career woman, Xiao Ling inherited her family business, and Kai Jie is a prominent business consultant. He returns to Taiwan as a university guest lecturer only to realize that one of his students is none other than Yu Zhen. Old feelings reignite as this ambiguous love triangle begins again.
Can three young people choose their own futures even when life throws them in an unexpected direction? Chen Yi-Chun (Tammy Chen) grows up in a political family but detests politics and is determined to pursue her passion for music. But after college graduation, she is forced to return home and is thrown into the midst of her family drama.
The Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival and Awards (Chinese: 台北金馬影展; pinyin: Táiběi Jīnmǎ Yǐngzhǎn; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tâi-pak Kim-má iáⁿ-tián) is a film festival and awards ceremony held annually in Taiwan. It was founded in 1962 by the Government Information Office of the Republic of China (ROC) in Taiwan. The awards ceremony is usually held in November or December in Taipei, although the event has also been held in other locations in Taiwan in recent times