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10+10 (2011)

A collection twent short films by twenty different directors, all about Taiwan.

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Man (segment "Destined Eruption")
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Brothers (segment "The Ritual")
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Brothers (segment "The Ritual")
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An-tai, the girl (segment "The Orphans")
Yung-Feng Lee ...
Son (segment "A Grocery Called Forever")
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The Young Woman (segment "La Belle Epoque")
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The Great-grandmother (segment "La Belle Epoque")
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Bus Driver (segment "Bus Odyssey")
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Man being chased (segment "Bus Odyssey")
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Pregnant woman (segment "Bus Odyssey")
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Herself (segment "Green Island Serenade")
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Chi Lu-Hsia (young) (segment "Green Island Serenade")
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Young Man in Park (segment "Green Island Serenade")
Hsun-Wei David Chang ...
Counselors (segment "The Dusk of the Gods")
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Salon Owner (segment "Hippocamp Hair Salon")
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A collection twent short films by twenty different directors, all about Taiwan.

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10 veteran masters + 10 new talents

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A collection of 20 short-films with extraordinary stories.
20 April 2015 | by See all my reviews

10 veteran masters + 10 new talents. 10+10 is a project initiated by the Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival to demonstrate the solidarity between Taiwanese film-makers. 20 directors are invited to make a 5-minute short film each on the theme of the "Uniqueness of Taiwan," but allowed total freedom in all other aspects. The Festival believes that this collaboration would be a great inspiration for film-makers and audiences. 10+10 doesn't quite add up to 20 in this varied collection of Taiwanese shorts by some of the island's leading filmmakers. Commissioned by the Tapei Golden Horse Film Festival, each movie was given a five-minute running time to speak about "the uniqueness of Taiwan" on its 100-year anniversary, with the results ranging from more accessible genre fare to minimalist mood pieces to commentaries on local politics and pop stars that only aficionados will grasp. A Berlin Panorama slot, plus the participation of Hou Hsiao-Hsien, should ensure further fest bids and a small-scale DVD release.


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