A graduate of the Doctoral Program in Art Creation and Theory at Tainan National College of Arts, LEE Chia-hua works as an independent documentary filmmaker and assistant professor at Shih-Hsin University. His film Me and My Condemned Son was nominated for Best Documentary at the 2020 Golden Horse Awards and Best Documentary at 2020 Taipei Film Festival. He also won a Special Mention at the 2005 Yamagata International Film Festival for The Spirit of 8.
LIN Yu-chen is a professional script writer who was nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay at the 2021 Golden Horse Awards for Treat or Trick. His favorite movie genres are comedy, horror, action and B movies.
LIN Jung-hsien is passionate about animation creation. She studied in the Department of Multimedia and Animation Arts of Taipei National University of the Arts and has made several animated shorts. Her short film Invisible Loneliness was selected to the Generation section of the 2009 Berlin International Film Festival and nominated for Best Short Film at the Golden Horse Awards.
TSAO Shih-han holds a master’s degree in Filmmaking from Taipei National University of the Arts and was a member of the 2016 Taipei Golden Horse Film Academy and selected for 2022 Berlinale Talents. His short films A Dream Of Spring (2017) and Neko and Flies (2020) were both selected to the International Competition of the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival in France.
WENG Huang-te is a film critic, curator, and founder of the No Film No Me blog and fan page. He is currently the executive director of Taiwan Film Critics Society. His articles are published on Funscreen, Initium Media, PTS News, The News Lens, and Up Media. He has worked as the curator of Fuzhong15 and Taoyuan Arts Cinema, and is now curating the I-Fun Learning Film Festival.
Born in Singapore and based in Taiwan, CHIANG Wei-liang's work focuses on the Southeast Asian diaspora in modern Asia and has been presented and awarded at various international film festivals.
Filipina-Taiwanese filmmaker Rina B. TSOU studied filmmaking at the Motion Picture Department of National Taiwan University of Arts. Being of two lands, she has applied her sensibilities of two cultures to the issues raised in her films, which have circulated international film festivals such as Cannes Critics’ Week, Busan International Film Festival, and the Golden Horse Awards in Taiwan. Based in Taipei, she is currently working on both fiction and documentary films, exploring possibilities of different narratives.
HUANG Shi-rou is a freelance animation director and illustrator. Specializing in cel-animation, she often finds herself deep-diving into the female consciousness. Beneath the gentle and cloud-like colors of her work lies the poetic and visceral storytelling that defines this young and talented soul.
Vincent TSAI grew up in Changhua County and earned a degree in Economics at National Taiwan University. His screenwriting credits include the Netflix TV series Detention and the film We Are Champions. He is now working with director John HSU as a writer on the feature film Dead Talents Society.
Sebox HONG is the Project Leader of Kaohsiung VR FILM LAB, in charge of local and international VR productions, routine curation of VR FILM LAB theater, annual curation of XR Dreamland, and immersive experience collaboration opportunities.
HUANG Yu-jie is a programmer and artist. He graduated from National Taiwan University with a master’s degree in computer science, and his specialties include computer graphics, virtual/ augmented reality, and motion capture. He participates in designs, and collaborates on projects across the spectrum of virtual and immersive experiences, programming, and audio-visual works.