Producer , Executive Producer , Others(行銷Marketing)
Excelling in film marketing, Ya-Mei Li earned an M.A. in Critical Studies from the Cinema-TV School, University of Southern California.She was the Deputy Secretary General of Golden Horse Film Festival Executive Committee and has taught film courses in related departments of universities before working in film production and marketing. She now runs Good Day Films Co., Ltd. and serves as the director of the Taipei Film Festival.
She was the marketing director of the film, Cape No. 7, and made it the hottest topic of the year. In addition, she also produced and planned many films, such as Cha Cha for Twins, When Yesterday Comes, Forever Runner and Face to Face.
Her famous film marketing works include Spider Lilies, Most Distant Course, Cape No. 7, Pinoy Sunday, Make Up, The Fierce Wife─Woman Onerous : seeking Mr. Right and Sweet Alibis.
|2019||Love before Sunset|
|2019||My Dear Father|
Selection 2017 Taiwan Shorts A of the Golden Film Festival 2018 Short Film Observation of the Golden Harvest Film Festival
|2015||What Makes Love Last|
|2015||Ways Into Love|
Nomination 2016 Best Documentary (Murmuring Days, Part 3 of Ways into Love) of Taipei Film Awards Festivals 2016 Annual Cross-Strait Film Exhibition 2015 Hong Kong Asian Film Festival
|2015||A Real Meal|
|2014||When Yesterday Comes|
2012 Special Mention (winner) of the International Film Festival Mannheim-Heidelberg
2015 Macau International Movie Festival
2015 Okinawa International Movie Festival
|2013||Face to Face|
2013 The Clock nominated for Best Fiction Short of the 35th Golden Harvest Awards 2012 The Clock nominated for Best Short Film of the 14th Taipei Film Award 2012 The Clock won Best Selection of the International Short Film Competition of the 12th Kaohsiung Film Festival 2012 When Yesterday Comes won Special Mention of the Competition of the International Film Festival Mannheim-Heidelberg 2012 When Yesterday Comes screened at the 4th Hangzhou Asian Film Festival 2012 When Yesterday Comes screened at the 9th Hong Kong Asian Film Festival 2011 When Yesterday Comes premiered at the 48th Golden Horse Film Festival