Education Background : Master's degree in Image Arts and Doctor's degree in the Arts in Nihon University. Monograph: An Introduction to Digital Film Production, A Related Research of Digital Cinemas’ technique of expression & Production, Status analysis to VFX of Taiwans’ Films, An application Study in using RAW files on Digital Film Production －An example in short film《杏歡》, The Overview of Korean Film Industry after the Decrease of Screen Quota System,A Research of Status and Development of Taiwan Domestic Feature Films Market, The Status and Development of Enhancing Film and Video industries in Kaohsiung City, etc.. Filmography: Short Film《再見新樂園》(New Paradise,1992)As Screenwriter & Cameraman, Short Film 《平行圓》(Parallel,2005)As Screenwriter & Director, HD TV Documentary Film《新幹線，海を渡る》(Shinkansen, Crossing the Sea, 2006)( TV Tokyo Corporation）& HD TV Documentary Film《海を渡った新幹線～開業までの1000日を追う》(Shinkansen Crossed the Sea, the 1,000 days before Opened)( TV Tokyo Corporation,2007)as International Production Coordinator. Short Film《Overnight, a Rose》(2007)、《最高時速300km/h!台湾新幹線》(The maximum speed of 300km / h the THSRC,2007)as International Production Coordinator, PTS HD TV Documentary Film serials《國家的遠見－養不起的未來》(The Vision of a Nation, Unaffordable Future,Japan Chapter)(2008),Documentary Film《Life & Living》(2012)as Producer & Director, Features Film《戀戀海灣》(As the Winds Blow,2012)as International Production Coordinator ,Short Film《屍憶》(The Bride,2014),《搆不到的訊號》(My Antenna is Broken,2014),《牡丹》(Love You So,2015)、《紅包》(Red Envelop,2017)、《一個家庭的事》(One Body,2017)as Film Producer. Field of research: film production, digital filming, film production management, industry and finance of film.
Yu-I Kuo, born in Taipei. She received her B.A. in Chinese Literature from National Taiwan University in Taiwan, and her Ph.D. in Visual Anthropology from Ecole des hautes etudes en sciences sociales. Her research areas focus on female shamanism studies, and a calligraphy used by southern Chinese women known as “NuShu”. A documentary created by Kuo discusses some of these topics. Several of Kuo’s books have been published and won various literature awards; her writing styles cross among novels, proses, scripts and picture books.
1990 NYU Film Production MFA link: https://mpd.ntua.edu.tw/storage/full-time/lin-1685002498V2UzG.png
Post-Graduate Diploma in Documentary Film at Communication Department of the Goldsmiths' College, University of London. MA in Media Production of the Christ Church College, University of Kent at Canterbury. Working Experience: Producer for TV commercial at Kuan-Lien Production(1986-1988) Planner and producer for news and documentary films in the Waterfall Production Europe.(1995-1996) Researcher、TV news camera for CTN London and Taiwan TV Company(1993-1996) , Part-time lecturer in the Communication Department in Chaoyang University of Technology.(1999-2001) Producing Project: "Blue Plague"(2002,Venice Film Festival), "Birthday"(2003, Venice Film Festival), "Let's go together", "Bardo", "The Secret in the Satchel"(IDFA). Directing Project: "Bonnie & Denny", "Betel‧Brother", "Searching for Brodsky", "Litter Park" Current Position: Full-time lecturer in the Motion Picture Dept. in National Taiwan University of Arts. Part-time Lecturer in the Digital Media Design Department in Ming-Chuan University Professional specialty: "film-production", "proposal planning", "documentary film" Teaching: Group Workshop, Introduction to Film Production, Film Technology, Short Film Production
Documentary film director Assistant professor, Department of Motion Picture, National Taiwan University of Arts MFA in filmmaking, School of the Art Institute of Chicago Works: “Coming Home” (Documentary,56min.) Golden Harvest Award for Best Documentary Golden Horse Film Festival (shortlisted) Taiwan International Documentary Festival (shortlisted) Margaret Mead Film and Video Festival Selected by Taiwan’s Ministry of Justice as teaching material for studies in Restorative Justice “Writers in Profile” series: “Yang Kui” / “Lai He” (Documentaries,56min.) PTS Documentaries: “Literary Landscape” series: “Jimmy Liao” / “Chen Li”(26min.) PTS Documentary: “Taiwan, the Dutch, and the Forces of Koxinga”(56min.) PTS Documentary: “Presidential Cultural Award Winner – Chen Yu-fong”(26min.) “Chat Room” (Documentary,26min.) Listed by Taiwan’s Ministry of Education as Teaching Material for its official Grade 1-9 Curriculum “Cream Cake” (Dramatic Short Film,40min.) Nominated for best dramatic short, Yilan International Children's Film Festival “Song of the Reed” (Documentary,76min.)
Master of Graduate School of Applied Media Arts, National Taiwan University of Arts. Expertise for the movie screenwriter, non-linear editing, computer animation. .Professor in the department "screenwriter", "animation research", "animation", "non-linear editing" courses.
Educational Background MA Degree in Film and Television Production (Fiction), Northern Media School, Sheffield Hallam University in UK. Doctor of Design Degree, Film Production and Research course, The Faculty of Design, Swinburne University of Technology in Australia. Teaching Courses 2012-2013 Topics on Taiwanese Cinema for MFA 2012-2013 Documentary Production for MFA 2012-2013 Advance Script Writing 2012-2013 Film Production Workshop 2012-2013 Film Scriptwriting
Professor Isabelle WU, received her Ph.D. in Cinema Studies from the University Paris I（Docteur en Arts Section Cinema et Audiovisuel, Universite Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne, France）in 1997. Her research interests and areas of specialization include Contemporary Film theory and Aesthetics, European Film Industries, Gender studies and Film, and Culture Studies in Visual Media. She has published In The Age of Cinematic Thinking (Ed. Bookman, 2007), written book chapters, contributed essays on film aesthetics , and received several National Science Council Research Grants to conduct research projects. She also served as juror in numerous international film festivals (Golden Horse Awards 2013, Taipei Film Festival Jury Member 2013,etc. ). Graduate Courses Teaching: Special Topics on Film Theory, Special Topics on European Film Industries, Research Methodology Undergraduate Courses Teaching: Introduction to Film Theory, Graduate Projects