Taiwanese Film Festival at Tenley-Friendship Library in DC
The Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office (TECRO) in the United States is pleased to present a series of four contemporary Taiwan films, in cooperation with the Tenley-Friendship Neighborhood branch of the DC Public Library. During the month of May, visitors are invited to learn more about Taiwan through an accompanying exhibition at the library and by attending presentations by scholars on Chinese and Taiwanese cinema.
No Puedo Vivir Sin Ti (Cannot Live Without You) (2009; 92 min.)
Guest speaker Eileen Chow will publish a manuscript on Chinese cinema next year and currently teaches Chinese and other Asian cultures at Duke University.
Orz Boyz (2008; 104 min.)
Blue Brave: the Legend of Formosa in 1895 (2008; 105 min.)
Cape No. 7 (2008; 100 min.)
Guest speaker Carma Hinton is a scholar and an award-winning filmmaker who was born and raised in China. She is currently the Robinson Professor at George Mason University.
Venue: Tenley-Friendship Neighborhood Library
For more information about the Taiwan Film Festival, please contact John Chu by phone at (202) 895-1853 or Maggie Chin by phone at (202) 895-1850.
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