陳映蓉

CHEN Yin-Jung(DJ CHEN)

Director

Born in October 1980, CHEN is the first of an emerging generation of filmmakers from Taiwan who are interested in making populist films. Her cinematic influences include Guy Ritchie, Ridley Scott, Martin Scorcese, David Fincher, Alfred Hitchcock, Steven Spielberg, Tsui Hark, Charlie Chaplin, and Stephen CHOW. In 2002 she directed the award-winning short “Sorry Spy” which tells the comedic tale of three gangsters competing for control of a new turf. When one of them discovers that the other two had been lovers in the past, he concocts a devilish plan to cause in-fighting between his competitors. Three Stooges-like thugs are sent in to complete the job, with hilarious results. FORMULA 17 is CHEN’s first feature-length film.

【Formula 17】(2004)
6th Taipei International Film Festival – Opening Film
49th Asia Pacific Film Festival - Competition
9th Pusan International Film Festival – A Window On Asian
15th Stockholm International Film Festival – Asian Images
41st Golden Horse Award – Best New Performer(Tony Yang)
16th Palm Springs International Film Festival – World Cinema Now
Herself - filmography
【Tigerwomen Grow Wings】(2005)
2005 Bangkok International Film Festival – Competition
55th Berlin International Film Festival – Panorama

Filmography:

Year Title
2012 Young Dudes 
2006 Catch 
2004 FORMULA 17 
2004 The 49th Asia Pacific Film Festival
2004 The 9th Pusan International Film Festival, A Window on Asian Cinema Section

2004 SORRY SPY
2004 FORMULA 17
*2004 The 49th Asia Pacific Film Festival
*2004 The 9th Pusan International Film Festival, A Window on Asian Cinema Section

Update:2009/02/24
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