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The top Taiwanese movies from 2017, with an emphasis on authentic local stories.
"Teenage Psychic" is HBO Asia's first Chinese-language series, and was shot entirely in Taiwan.
After a well-received run in Asia, the show will start streaming Dec 1 on HBO's US services.
The Moment is a must-watch documentary for anyone interested in the history of Taiwanese cinema.
"Alifu, The Prince/ss" tells a unique story at the intersection of Taiwanese aboriginal traditions and transgender rights. It premieres October 2017.
The Teddy Award-winning Taiwanese director discusses her latest "Six Asian Cities Rainbow Project" and past works.
"Small Talk" won a 2016 Golden Horse Award for Best Documentary and a Teddy Award at 2017's Berlinale.
This documentary follows a unique eco-education program initiated by Taiwan's construction industry.
"A City of Sadness" is not only one of Taiwan's most renowned films, but also a great way to learn about the island.
Three Taiwanese films will be screened at the 67th Berlin International Film Festival (the Berlinale) in February 2017.
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