Taiwan film industry


Taiwanese Cinema Revival: Moving Beyond State Subsidies and Arthouse

Ian Chen

After two decades of decline, Taiwanese cinema has seen a revival. We have to look far back at the Motion Picture Act and government grant scheme to understand how this happened.


The Road to Revitalizing Taiwan's Creative Industries

Taiwan’s once-prolific film and television industries have ebbed in recent years, but new business models could help Taiwan compete with Japan and South Korea.


Taiwan Film Industry Concerns Raised amid Berlinale Excitement

Olivia Yang

While three Taiwanese films are looking forward to the annual international film festival, unresolved problems remain and threaten the local film industry.


Nervous About Making a 'Taiwanese' Film? Don't Be

Jay Lin

One thing is for sure, if the status quo doesn’t change, Taiwanese film industry will not grow; it will sink.


Taiwan Box Office Transparency Saga Continues

Olivia Yang

The Taiwan Film Institute has released its first new box office report. But is it enough to help Taiwan's box office transparency issues?

Germany Berlin Film Festival 2016

Taiwan Film Industry Shines At 66th Berlin Film Festival

Zou Chi

“Crosscurrent” was the only Chinese production in the 18 films competing for the Golden Bear and Silver Bear awards this year; while "Anchorage Prohibited" was awarded the Audi Short Film Award, and depicts the struggles of international workers in Taiwan.

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