2018 / 5月
文‧Ivan Chen 圖‧Chuange Kung-ju
Documentary films flourished in 1960s Taiwan. The films focused on such themes as family life and the routines of city dwellers, and often played out against a backdrop of the social issues of the time. What kind of era was it? What was on the minds of the directors of that day? Let us explore these questions and survey a decade of Taiwanese documentaries with Wood Lin, program director of the Taiwan International Documentary Festival (TIDF), celebrated photographer Chuang Ling, and artist Han Hsiang-ning.