New York's Anthology Film Archive will be presenting "Taiwan B-Movies" series, including five crime blockbuster films from the late seventies and the 2005 documentary "Taiwan Black Movies," until Dec. 15.
"Incurable Nostalgia," a multimedia project including film, videos, drawings, and sculpture, which artist Nung-Hsin Hu created during her residency at the 18th Street Arts Center and will be exhibited at the Atrium Gallery thru Jan 2021.
The inaugural Queer East Film Festival will take place online and in-cinemas across the U.K., with Taiwan as the country of focus, showcasing our rich tradition of LGBTQ+ filmmaking with 10 feature films and 8 short films.
President Tsai Ing-wen received winners of the 28th Visually Impaired Music Competition at the Presidential Office, and reiterated the government’s commitment to eliminating disparities in cultural participation.
Dedicated to its founding mission of promoting traditional culture and popularizing acrobatics, over the past three decades, the Taiwan Acrobatic Troupe has continuously discovered innovations from tradition, incorporated Western theatrical elements with the folk performing arts to create something that is both traditional and innovative.
The Taipei Music Center, which officially opened its doors in September 2020, is Asia's first center dedicated entirely to pop music, providing a multi-functional venue built with a specific focus on the genre.