CHU Chun-Teng, HUANG Ai-lun, Susan HUANG
Artist Chu Chun-Teng obtained his Master of Fine Art from Goldsmiths, University of London, and also holds a bachelor’s in film studies for which he produced several experimental short films. Chu’s work is predominantly installations and videos with a focus on the living conditions and struggles within contemporary intricate social, political, and cultural structures. He has presented solo shows at the Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Taipei and was invited to participate in the 2014 Taipei Biennial as well as in group exhibitions at Kunsthaus Essen in Germany and Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art in Tel Aviv, both in 2012.
Screenwriter Huang Ai-Lun studied in KINOEYES KEM European Movie Masters. She has been working to develop her own aesthetic world by integrating her experiences in experimental film, documentary photography, and production design. Huang has also been developing her first narrative feature film The Wild Grandma since late 2020.
Producer Susan Huang built extensive experience in TV commercials before completing a master’s degree in marketing communications from the University of Westminster. Having made over 200 commercials and a great number of music videos and documentaries as well as micro, short, and feature films, Huang is currently promoting international co-productions and independent pieces. Her works in 2021 so far include the serial You Have To Kill Me and the short film Seafood Congee, and her co-produced film Jang-Gae: The Foreigner has been selected for the 2020 Tokyo International Film Festival and the 2021 Jeonju International Film Festival. Huang also developed the narrative feature film Paradise Next which was shortlisted for Best Art Direction at the 2021 Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival.