SU Yu-Hsien

Fable can be a tiny imprint of a character; it can also be a profound political narrative. Included in its core are the shared history and consciousness of all Taiwanese. SU Yu-Hsien used these to connect folk traditions, ceremonial rituals, language and symbols, creating a unique narrative body in this work.


One of the few partisan units left in Mt. Jiri after the signing of the Armistice, the unit led by a captain nicknamed “Agari” commits all manner of atrocities. One day, a female partisan soldier named So-ju, who had been transferred to another unit, finds her way back to Piagol with a bullet wound in her shoulder.

Memories of Over-Development

Filming started in the early 1980s and it took the director over thirty years to complete the film. Director Kidlat plays the role of Magellan’s slave Enrique, who was with Magellan when the Philippines was first discovered.

Cutaways of Jiang Chun Gen ? Forward and Back Again

This documentary short is a portrait of an elderly Chinese farmer who was infected by Japanese biological warfare (glanders) in […]

Moranbong, une aventure cor?enne

At the beginning of the Korean war, the love story between a young worker and the daughter of a musician unfolds in the city of Kaesong. Moranbong, une aventure cor?enne is intriguing and extraordinary as much for its form as its background of production. It was a film that was almost made by accident.