王小棣

王小棣
Shaudi Wang
導演
講者
關於

跨足電影、電視,屢屢拿下金鐘獎,作品《我在墾丁天氣晴》、《刺蝟男孩》、《波麗士大人》,甚至大家童年最愛的《魔法阿媽》,王小棣導演重視電影的社會溝通功能,不斷挑戰不同領域與限制,更長年參與社會運動。三十年來不間斷的創作電影、電視、記綠片、舞台劇,也在北藝大和政大授課,並成立電影創作聯盟TOFU創造年輕電影人才舞台,因其在影視工作的貢獻,在2014年獲頒第十八屆國家文藝獎。

Shaudi Wang is considered as one of the most influential directors, screenwriters, and producers in the Taiwan film industry. She founded Rice Film Co. Ltd. in 1992 and started the Taiwan Original Filmmakers Union while making movies, documentaries, theatre plays and television dramas. Some of her notable works include “Scarecrow" (1987), “Grandma And Her Ghosts"(1999), “Bear Hug" (2004), “Police et vous" (2008), and the most recent “Boys Can Fly" (2014).

Wang’s works are rich in imagination, with life-embracing passion and humor. Many of her films focus the lives of ordinary people and comtempoary social values. Her inspirations come from observing the basic struggles of people surviving on a day-to-day basis. In addition, there’s an authentic Taiwanese aspect in her choices of topics, talents, and artistic expression.

Wang is highly revered by her students at the National Chengchi University and the Academy of the Arts where she teaches. She is often called “Lao-Shi", meaning teacher, as she is well-known for giving opportunities to young talents, artists, and filmmakers.