A love triangle melodrama offering a unique for its time insight into female characters.
Director Lin Tuan-Chiu adapted a Japanese film into a gripping detective thriller of love affair, greed and murder.
Adapted from Victoria Holt’s Mistress of Mellyn, The Bride Who Has Returned From Hell offers a classic 'who-done-it' narrative with Gothic elements.
In the Southern Song Dynasty, heroine Shang Yen-Chih undertakes a dangerous journey to join her comrade Chen Yang-Xin in Dragon City.
Inspired by early modern literature and Peking Opera, this film creates a world in which humans live alongside the deceased.
A charming Taiwanese journalist Muhuai meets three mysterious girls with identical appearance...
Hsing-Hui, a young photographer assistant, is split between her forcefully affectionate boss and a newly-met doctor she immediately falls for.
Adapted from short stories, The Sandwich Man consists of three shorts - The Sandwich Man, Vicki's Hat and The Taste of Apples.
Adapted from Xiao-Sa’s novella, House of Joffre, the film tells the story of Kuei-Mei, a young woman who flees from Mainland China to Taiwan.
Lives of a hand model, an indigenous couple and a truck driver become connected and changed forever after they are all involved in a car accident.
Coming-of-age story of Lai-Chun, a young girl dealing with the news of an unexpected pregnancy.
A ghost of a Burmese woman is trapped on an abandoned ship docked in Kaohsiung Port.
Driven by the wish to bring her child from China back to Myanmar, San-Mei enters the risky but lucrative business of drug trafficking.
The documentary depicts the lives of miners coping with the humdrum activities of every day life in the midst of life-threatening danger.
Shooting on 16mm, Tang Hsiang-Chu spent two years with Mamuno, a Tao indigeneous person, on Orchid Island.
After years of domestic abuse, a Vietnamese woman, Nguen Kim Hong, is forced to divorce and becomes a single mother.
A 16mm film following the life of Teymu Teylong, a famous hunter in Ciyakang village in Hualien.
Based on a true story of a high-school girl Xie Jun-ya who is a part-time psychic.
Lives of two outcasts are changed forever as they meet on their journey along the Pacific coast of Taiwan.
A-Cui is a middle-aged taxi driver whose soft and rather meek personality subjects him to all forms of exploitation.