Cannes Film Festival 2013

A joint initiative between Directors' Fortnight and the Taiwan Film Commission to team four Taiwanese directors with four other filmmakers from around the globe.

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Mr Chang's New Address (Country: Taiwan, Iran; Year: 2013; Director: Jung-Chi Chang, Alireza Khatami)
When Mr Chang’s house mysteriously disappears from the face of the earth, his life turns upside down and he begins to question his identity and being.
A Nice Trip (Country: Taiwan, Chile; Year: 2013; Director: Ko-Shang Shen, Luis Cifuentes)
What is the hardest? To leave or to come back?
The Pig (Country: Taiwan; Year: 2013; Director: Singing Chen, Jero Yun; Writer: Singing Chen)
Drama.
Silent Asylum (Country: Taiwan, France; Year: 2013; Director: Midi Zhao, Joana Preiss)
An empty building, many residents have moved out already. A group of Burmese refugees are trapped inside. A documentary director from France is filming them recounting their experiences and sufferings.
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