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The Taiwan Film Festival is back to London, 2 – 29 March

The Taiwan Film Festival is back to London, 2 – 29 March

The Taiwan Film Festival announces the follow-up to its hugely successful, inaugural film festival in 2019. Running from 2 – 29 March, the Festival will feature a selection of films and live art performances which will take place at various prestigious locations including the Tate Modern’s Starr Cinema, the Curzon Soho and DocHouse at Curzon Bloomsbury, as well as a pop-up art space in London.

The Festival celebrates Taiwan’s long and tempestuous history and diverse cultural heritage through the uncensored lens of independent Taiwanese filmmakers. The programme is based on the theme ‘Wounded’, with films that explore the unhealed wounds which arose during Taiwan’s period under martial law, and will cover a broad range of topical issues that are both particular to Taiwan and also speak to a global audience – including social media/technology, Lgbtq rights, racism, post-colonialism and cultural conflicts, mental health and climate catastrophe. As the only Mandarin-speaking country

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