Born in 1955, Kuo Cheng, whose birth name is Tao Te-san, is the younger brother of Taiwanese New Wave Cinema director Tao Te-chen. As a talented writer, Kuo has published numerous books, with some of them winning domestic literary prizes. He has also garnered several awards for his screenplays.
In 2002, he and director Ho Ping both won the Best Scriptwriting at the Deauville Asian Film Festival in 2002. Later he has also wrote screenplays for "Red Cliff" by John Woo Yu-Sen and "Where the Wind Settles" by Wang Toon.
2014 Excellent Screenplay Award《造史》
1996 Excellent Screenplay Award《匪諜週記》
1993 Excellent Screenplay Award《彈子王》
1992 Excellent Screenplay Award《上帝的骰子》
1981 Excellent Screenplay Award《虎頭將軍》
|2015||Where the Wind Settles|
2015 Shanghai International Film Festival-Golden Goblet Award Nomination
|2001||THE RULE OF THE GAME|
2002 The 52nd Berlin International Film Festival, International Forum of Young Cinema Section, Don Quiote Award
2002 The 4th Deauville Asian Film Festival
2002 Seattle International Film Festival, Competition Section
2002 The 21st Vancouver International Film Festival, Dragons and Tigers Section
2002 The 47th Asia Pacific Film Festival, Best Editing Award, Best New Actress Award, Special Jury Award
2002 The 38th Chicago International Film Festival
2002 The 7th Pusan International Film Festival, A Window on Asian Cinema Section
2002 The 26th Hong Kong International Film Festival
|1999||WOLVES CRY UNDER THE MOON|
1998 UOB Young Cinema Award of Singapore International Film Festival (winner) Tribute to Duu-Chih Tu at the 26th Festival des 3 Continents
2008 "Red Cliff"