We would like to present 3 short films that LVC has produced in the past decade, THE DOUBLE, BEHIND THE SCENES and UNDERCURRENT, in one screening which will be hold by FFIFA and Taichung Library next Saturday. Speed up your reservation, there's only 30 quotas to the digital screening room with Q&A. Our founder will also talk about her experiences on international co-production and using Taiwanese language in cinema.
FFIFA, Formosa Festival of International Filmmaker Awards
It is a young film festival based in Taichung, Taiwan, and dedicated to providing filmmakers an international platform for networking, sharing, and exchange for filmmaking resources and experience, focusing on the environment, encouraging various new types of visual creating, connecting independent filmmakers from both Taiwan and the rest of the world.
We're selected in two of the Top 5 LGBT film festivals of the world!!!
Thanks to Frameline and KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival, I feel blessed to be a part of queer cinema.
-Frameline Screening Schedule-
Free digital screening is available to view between 6/17-6/27
US time zone：6/27(SUN) 11:00 am
Taiwan time zone：6/28(MON) 2:00 am
＊Click in the "BUY TICKETS" of Digital Screening Room for the streaming code.
-KASHISH Screening Schedule-
Week 1- Program 4-Chance Encounters (short film package)
Date：8/22(SUN) round screening in 48hrs
Digital screening is available with festival pass on XERB.tv
Frameline - the San Francisco International LGBTQ+ Film Festival
Founded in 1977, the San Francisco International LGBTQ+ Film Festival is the longest-running, largest and most widely recognized LGBTQ+ film exhibition event in the world. As a community event with an annual attendance of 60,000+, the Festival is the most prominent and well-attended LGBTQ+ arts program in the Bay Area.
KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival
KASHISH MIQFF is an attempt to encourage greater visibility of Indian and International queer cinema among both queer and mainstream audiences as a means to foster better understanding of queer thoughts, desires and expressions. Since its debut in 2010, KASHISH has emerged as South Asia’s and India’s biggest LGBT film festival. We are committed to bring the best of international and Indian queer cinema to Mumbai and continue mainstreaming of queer issues and their lives.
Short film "UNDERCURRENT" in Golden Harvest Awards & Short Film Fest and a lecture in WENHUA high school
It's honored to have the second public screening in Golden Harvest Awards & Short Film Festival (金穗獎), which is hold by Golden Horse Film Festival Executive Committee(金馬影展執委會) this year.
Since UNDERCURRENT is supported by the short film fund of Ministry of Culture (Taiwan), we'll in the program of "Short film fund B: Love waiting room", and co-screen with two other short films. Here's the film page of UNDERCURRENT.
*Due to the pandemic, the festival has been postponed to 9/10-9/19.
09.11(SAT) 19:20 SPOT-Huashan-A two hall (with QA session)
09.18(SAT) 11:00 SPOT-Huashan-A one hall
Our director will also have a lecture about the subject of UNDERCURRENT in National WEN-HUA senior high school, which is her alma mater. This is a school-only event. Check out the register form if you're the student or teacher in WENHUA.
05.07(FRI) 14:10-16:00 Multimedia Room @ WENHUA high school library
Thanks SIFF for having us in this tough year !
Because of the pandemic, the festival cooperates with local TV network WCNY to have the online screening, total selected films are around 64 all over the world. The screening of UNDERCURRENT will be on ZOOM and need to register online.
Please note the screening schedule and registration link belows-
US time zone：11/14(SAT) 1:00 pm
Taiwan time zone：11/15(SUN) 2:00 am
Syracuse International Film Festival
is a Film Festival based in Syracuse City, New York state, U.S. It's made possible by a volunteer Board of Directors and support from such institutions as Syracuse University, Le Moyne College, Onondaga County, CNY Film Professionals, and various businesses, individuals, and organizations help support our work in the community and beyond. Over the past 17 years, Syracuse International Film Festival has grown beyond an annual festival event to become a year-round producer of screenings and media-related programs for the whole community.
We are glad to be in Taiwan competition of Women Make Waves Film Festival, and have our Taiwan premiere there. Check out the program and book your ticket ASAP !
10/20(TUE) 19:00 @Spot Huasan A Two (with Q&A session)
10/25(SUN) 15:10 @Spot Huasan A Two
10/28(WED) 19:00-21:00 @Bopiliao Historic Block
Established as a non-profit organization in 1993, Women Make Waves Int'l Film Festival, (Taipei, Taiwan) has been one of the major film festivals in Taiwan and has established itself as the biggest one dedicated to supporting female talents. It is also the longest running and largest issue-oriented film festival in Taiwan. Women Make Waves Film Festival, Taiwan aims to celebrate the achievements of outstanding female talents, to explore different aspects of women's lives as well as to promote equality and rights of all genders. By covering a wide range of genres, issues, and representations of women, WMWFF seeks to promote great cinematic arts by female directors and to advocate gender equality through films with feminist consciousness and various subjects.
FRIENDS,WE ARE BACK!!!!
After a busy season of short film market, from Clermont-Ferrand to Paris, we met many Asian talents in Europe. Even more, one of our selected film is going to be on "Les Nuits en Or" of César. What a sweet return for our effort!!!
And now, we are very glad to present you, our new film curating program with Viddsee. Through our screening project "Salon du shorts", LA VIE CINE is helping to grow great Asian short films on Viddsee. As a curator, I'd love to invite your short films for submission on Viddsee to share your story to global audience online.
If you're interesting to show your shorts both in Paris and on Viddsee, don't hesitate to submit your film>>>> here