Born in 1954, Chih-Yung Chang graduated from the department of Film Writing and Directing of Shih Hsin School of Journalism (Shih Hsin University today). He started to work in film crews in 1980 and successively worked as a script supervisor, a producer,a screenwriter, and an assistant director. In 1997, he released his first feature film, Such A Life, which won Best Picture Award and Special Peace Award of Asia Pacific Film Festival. In 2000, his film, Lament of The Sand River, won Special Jury Award at Golden Horse Film Festival, and Best Director Award and Best Original Music Score Award of Asia Pacific Film Festival.
He died at the age of 68, in November 2022.
|2017||Never Eeding Road|
|2000||LAMENT OF THE SAND RIVER|
2000 The 10th Fukuoka International Film Festival, Asian Panorama Section
Best Supporting Actor and Actress Awards, Taipei Golden Horse International Film Festival 2000
2000 The 45th Asia Pacific Film Festival, Best Director Award, Best Original Music Award
2001 The 2nd Jeonju International Film Festival
2001 The 25th Hong Kong International Film Festival
|1997||Such A Life|