Born in Taipei, Gwei Lun-Mei auditioned for the film "Blue Gate Crossing" and successfully got the lead role when she was seventeen. Her natural acting skill in that film was highly praised. While studying at the French Department of Tamkang University, she went to France on the exchange program in 2004. After finishing university, she continued to participate in films. In 2012, she won the Best Leading Actress at the 49th Golden Horse Awards for "GF‧BF."
2012 The 49th Golden Horse Awards Best Leading Actress "GF‧BF"
2020 The 57th Golden Horse Awards Best Leading Actress "A Leg"
2014 The 51th Golden Horse Awards Best Leading Actress "Black Coal, Thin Ice"
2013 The 50th Golden Horse Awards Best Leading Actress "Christmas Rose"
|2021||City of Lost Things|
2021 Annecy International Animated Film Festival-Contrechamp Competition
Nominations 2020 The 57th Golden Horse Awards - Best Leading Actress (for Lun-Mei GWEI), Best Supporting Actor (for Michael CHANG), Best Original Screenplay (for Mong-hong CHUNG, Yaosheng CHANG) and Best Makeup & Costume Design (for Li-Wen HSU)
2016 Golden Horse Awards-Best Supporting Actress Nomination
2016 Hawaii International Film Festival Halekulani Golden Orchid Awar-Best Narrative Feature Nomination
2016 Kaohsiung Film Festival-Opening Film
2012 Taipei Film Award – Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, Press Award
2012 Golden Horse Award Best Actress, Audience Choice Award
2012 Asia Pacific FilmFestival–BestActress
|2011||Starry Starry Night|
2011 Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival Opening Film
2012 Internationale Filmfestspiele Berlin Panorama
2010 Taipei Film Festival-Best Music, Audience´s Choice Award
2010 47th Golden Horse Awards-Best Original Film Song
2008 Golden Horse Award, Best Art Direction
2008 Golden Horse Award, FIPRESCI Prize
2008 Festival de Cannes
2008 Pusan International Film Festival,window of asia
2009 Adelaida Film Festival, World Cinema
2008 San Francisco International Film Festival 2008 Asia Film Festival of Rome
|2007||Most Distant Course|
2007 64th Venice Film Festival, Critic's Week Award
2007 Tokyo Film Festival, Winds of Asia,winds of asia
2007 Pusan International Film Festival, window of Asia
2008 Asia Film Festival of Rome,Best Director
2008 Durban International Film Festival
|2002||Blue Gate Crossing|