高英軒

KAO Ying-Hsuan

Actors/Actress

Born in 1978, Kao Ying-Hsuan graduated from Department of Theatre Arts of Taipei National University of the Arts. His works include music videos, commercials, TV series, films and stage plays. His famous works include films such as Winds of September and Au Revoir Taipei, and TV series such as A Touch of Green and Black & White. In 2012, He was nominated for Best Supporting Actor for a Mini-series/Movie of Golden Bell Awards with A Complete Life.

In July, 2022, he won Best Supporting Actor of the 24th Taipei Film Awards for Incantation.

Awards
2022 Best Supporting Actor of the 24th Taipei Film Awards for Incantation

Filmography:

Year Title
2022 Incantation 
Awards 2022 Best Film Editing and Best Sound Effects at the 59th Golden Horse Awards 2022 Best Supporting Actor, Best Art Design, and Taiwan Film Marketing Award at the 24th Taipei Film Awards Nominations 2022 Best Narrative Feature, Best Director, Best Leading Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best New Performer, Best Original Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Visual Effects, Best Art Direction, Best Makeup & Costume Design, and Best Original Film Score at the 59th Golden Horse Awards 2022 The Official Competition of the Udine Far East Film Festival 2022 Best Narrative Feature, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Cinematography, and Best Visual Effects at the 24th Taipei Film Awards
2020 Nezha 
Awards 2021 Best Action Choreography of the 58th Golden Horse Awards Nominations 2021 Best Sound Effects of the 58th Golden Horse Awards
2019 The Last Thieves 
Nominations 2019 Best New Director of the 56th Golden Horse Awards
2019 My Dear Father 
Selection 2017 Taiwan Shorts A of the Golden Film Festival 2018 Short Film Observation of the Golden Harvest Film Festival
2016 Happy Dorm 
2015 When Miracle Meets Maths 
Festivals 2016 Fukuoka International Film Festival 2015 Taipei Film Festival 2015 The Closing Film of Taoyuan Film Festival 2015 Kaohsiung Film Festival 2015 Chinese Young Generation Film Forum
2014 Rowboat 
2015 Best Fiction Short of General Slate of the 37th Golden Harvest Awards 2014 Short Film Corner of the 67th Cannes Film Festival 2014 Wide Angle of the 19th Busan International Film Festival 2014 Short Film Competition of the 16th Taipei Film Festival
2012 Cha Cha for Twins 
2012 Including Her Out 
2008 summer afternoon 
2008 Directors' Fortnight of the Cannes Film Festival 2008 Dragons & Tigers of the Vancouver International Film Festival 2008 Wide Angle of the Busan International Film Festival 2009 International Film Festival Rotterdam
2007 Lust Caution 
2007 Golden Lion of the 64th Venice International Film Festival 2007 Toronto International Film Festival 2007 FILMASIA Asian Film Festival (Prague) 2007 ENERGACAMERIMAGE International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography (Lodz) Nominations 2008 Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film 2008 British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards for Best Film Not in the English Language, Best Costume Design, and Rising Star Award (Tang Wei) 2008 Hong Kong International Film Festival 2008 Asian Film Awards for Best Director, Best Film, and Best Screenwriter
2007 Melancholy Forest 
Nominations 2009 Best Fiction Short (Film Category) of the 31st Golden Harvest Awards Festivals 2008 Man and His Environment competition of the Festoria International Film Festival 2008 Focus on World Cinema of the Montreal World Film Festival
2006 Do Over 
Awards 2006 Formosa Filmmaker Award, Best Editing, and Best Original Film Score of the 43rd Golden Horse Awards 2003 Grand Prize of Excellent Screenplay Award 2006 Grand Prize and Audience Choice Awards of Taipei Film Awards 2007 Best Film and Best Director of the 1ST Taiwan New Movie Awards 2007 The 1st Taiwan New Movie Awards (of the Directors Guild of Taiwan) Festivals 2007 Los Angeles Asia Pacific Film Festival 2006 Venice International Film Critics' Week 2006 Competition of the Athens International Film Festival 2006 Dragons and Tigers of the Vancouver Film Festival 2006 A Window on Asian Cinema of the Busan International Film Festival 2006 Winds of Asia of the Tokyo International Film Festival
Update:2022/10/03
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