Magazine article Screen International

Golden Horse Unveils Line-Up

Magazine article Screen International

Golden Horse Unveils Line-Up

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The 50th Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival has announced its line-up with six Chinese-language world premieres including Wan jen's It Takes Two To Tango and a new series of Q&A events titled Encounters With The Masters.

The festival, with an emphasis on Chinese-language cinema, will run from Nov 8-28 in the Taiwanese capital.

The festival's world premieres include:

Taiwanese New Wave director Wan Jen's It Takes Two To Tango;

rising Taiwanese director Lien Yi-chi's police thriller black comedy Sweet Alibis;

Raye's documentary on stray dogs in Taiwan, The Twelve Nights;

Wei Te-sheng-produced documentary Pusu Qyuni, directed by Tang Hsiang-chu;

Hong Kong director Ho Hong's debut feature Doomsday Party;

Malaysian director Yeo Joon-han's second psychological thriller In the Dark, starring young Taiwanese actor Wang Po-Chieh.

Encounters With The Masters features nine high-profile directors from Taiwan, Hong Kong and China who have been invited to screen key films accompanied by Q&As. …

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