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Chien-Wei Huang

Actors/Actress

Born in 1981, Chien-Wei Huang graduated from School of Theatre Arts of Taipei National University of the Arts and majored in performing. His works cover TV series, films and stage plays. In 2001, he made his first feature film, Summer, Dream, and won Best New Talent of the 4th Taipei Film Awards. Later, he participated in many films, such as Do Over and The Rice Bomber, and TV series, such as Innocence and Falling, which both got him nominations of Best Leading Actor in a TV series of Golden Bell Awards. He was nominated for Best Supporting Actor of the 46th Golden Horse Awards with Yang Yang, and in 2018, he was nominated for Best Leading Actor in a TV series and Best Writing for a TV series of the 53rd Golden Bell Awards with Wake Up 2.

Awards
2002 The 4th Taipei Film Awards Best New Performer "Summer, Dream"

Nominations
2009 The 46th Golden Horse Awards Best Supporting Actor "YangYang"

Filmography:

Year Title
2020 DO YOU LOVE ME AS I LOVE YOU 
2018 Father to Son 
2018 International Film Festival Rotterdam - Official Selection 2018 The 18th Palmas de Gran Canaria International Film Festival - Competition 2018 The 25th Titanic Budapest International Film Festival - Asian Winds 2018 Taipei Film Festival - Opening Film
2017 The Village of No Return 
2017 Golden Horse Awards Best Leading Actress(Finalists),Best Art Direction(Finalists),Best Makeup & Costume Design(Finalists) 2017 Taipei Film Award, 2017 Korea BIFAN NETPAC Award
2016 Ace of Sales 
2014 The Rice Bomber 
64th Berlinale, Panorama Selection
2014 Paradise in Service 
2015 Berlin International Film Festival-Panorama
2014 Golden Horse Awards-Best Supporting Actor,Best Supporting Actress
2014 Busan International Film Festival-Opening Film
2014 Taipei Factory II-Alla Scoperta di Taipei 
2014 Venice International Film Festival
2014 Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival
2012 Father’s Lullaby 
2010 Zoom Hunting 
Selected by TPG (Tokyo Project Gathering) Won awards in Golden Horse Film & TV co-production Meeting
2009 YangYang 
2009 Berlin International Film Festival – Panorama
2009 Taipei Film Festival –Special Jury Prize, Best Actress, Best Music, NEW TALENT COMPETITION – Audience’s Choice Award
2009 46th Golden Horse Awards – FIPRESCI Prizes, 6 nominations
2009 Asia Pacific Film Festival -- Best leading actress
2010 Asian Film Awards – nominated for Best Actress and Best Cinematographer
Festivals -- Hong Kong IFF, Locarno IFF, Vancouver IFF, Film
Festival Ghent, Tokyo IFF, Pusan IFF, San Diego Asian Film
Festival, Hawaii IFF, Torino Film Festival
2009 Tears 
2010 Taipei Film Festival-Best Director
2010 Asian Film Festival Roma-Best Actor
2006 The Pain of Others 
2005 South Taiwan Film Film And Vedio Festival
2006 Do Over 
2006 Venice Film Festival,Critic's Week Nomiee
2006 Athens Int'l Film Festival
2006 Vancouver Film Festival
2006 Pusan International Film Festival, A Window on Asian Cinema
2006 Tokyo International Film Festival, Winds of Asia
2007 Los Angeles Visual Communication Film Festival
2007 Asian American Film Festival
2005 My Fair Laddy 
2001 SUMMER, DREAM 
2001 The 38TH Golden Horse Awards, Best Short Live Action Film
2002 Taipei Film Festival, Best Fictional Film/Video Award in the Professional Section of Citizen Video/Film Competition
2002 The 21st Vancouver International Film Festival, Dragons and Tigers Section
2002 The 15th Tokyo International Film Festival, Asian Cinema Competition Section
2002 The 7th Pusan International Film Festival, Wide Angle Section
2002 The 22nd Hawaii International Film Festival
Update:2021/10/31
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