A young boy searches a small fishing village for his parents from a past life.
A night-year-old kid's divorced parents are both having new families. He leaves his father's house in Taipei and goes on a road trip to seek shelter at his mother's B&B in Hualien but only finds out there's no such place for him to call home.
Mom and Me
Set in the late 1980s, this family drama is about an 11-year-old boy who befriends his landlord, nicknamed Old Fox, and learns from him how to survive in a rapidly changing world as well as things his poor father would never be able to teach him.
8-year-old Ah Keat sets off in search of the mythical nightmare-eating creature in the forest, hoping it will bring his father back to life.
A boy lives with his Grandma and Mr. Lin, the tenant who looks after him and Grandma. But when Grandma passes away, the boy's uncle returns to Taiwan and discovers that ownership of the apartment was transferred to other people.
What Con Lovers Do
Long is a Taiwanese killer known for his sword skills. After Long fails a Tokyo mission, he moves to a small town where no one knows about him.
The Mansion of Butterfly
Set in 2007, the movie tells of a complicated three-way relationship between a young singer and two people who believe in him.
Energetic, colourful reworking of Shakespeare’s love story played entirely by women, set in the bustling metropolis of Taipei.
Yijuan and her mentally ill sister Kaiqi struggle to be happy in the face of misfortune, criminal intrigue, marital strife, an exorcism and a ghost.
Based on the speculative short stories of MirrorFiction, this sci-fi thriller anthology plunges headlong into our deepest desires -- and darkest fears.
Adapted from the popular short serial series "Canned Fears," it is composed of four short films of different types: "Spiritual, Fantasy, Horror, Thriller".
A man with a terminal illness seeks to help his beloved find a long-term partner.
Leading Taiwan cinema names Hou Hsiao-hsien (“The Assassin,” “The Puppetmaster”) and Lee Kang-sheng (“Days,” “Goodbye, Dragon Inn”) are attached to “Twisted Strings”, a TV anthology series backed by HBO Asia and streamer Catchplay.The seven-part series is written and directed by Golden Horse-nominated director, Huang Xi (“Missing Johnny”). Hou is attached as the series executive producer. Lee, who has appeared exclusively in films over the past 30 years, notably those of famed Malaysian director Tsai Ming-liang, stars.