吳忠憲

Wu Chung-Hsien

Art Designer、Position(美術指導Art Director)

Wu Chung-Hsien is a senior Taiwanese art director, and his works include music videos, commercials and films. Starting his career with the film Cape No. 7, he has worked in the film industry for more than ten years and has rich practical experience.

Nominations
2020 Golden Horse Awards Best Art Direction "i WEiRDO"

Filmography:

Year Title
2022 Summer 
2020 i WEiRDO 
2020 London East Asia Film Festival (LEAFF)-best film 2020 Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival - NETPAC 2020 New York Asian Film Festival Honorable Mention Award 2020 Far East Film Festival (FEFF) - PURPLE MULBERRY AWARD 2020 Fantasia International Film Festival - Audience Choice Award 2020 Golden Horse Awards nominations - Best Leading Actor, Best Leading Actress, Best New Director, Best Cinematography, Best Visual Effects, Best Art Direction
2018 Sen Sen 
2018 Shanghai International Film Festival 2018 Taiwan International Children’s Film Festival - Competition 2017 Kaohsiung Film Festival - World Premiere
2018 Killed By Rock 'N' Roll 
2016 Love in Vain 
2015 Taipei Film Festival-Gala Premieres
2016 Happy Dorm 
2014 Cafe.Waiting.Love 
2015 Udine Far East Film Festival
2012 Stilt 
Taipei Film Festival in Competition
2011 You're the Apple of My Eye 
2012 Best Chinese Language Film from the Two Coasts of Hong Kong Film Awards 2012 Best New Director (Giddens Ko), Best New Performer (Kai Ko), Audience Award for Favorite Film, and Audience Award for Favorite Performance (Michelle Chen) of the 12th Chinese Film Media Awards 2012 Rising Star Award (Michelle Chen) of New York Asian Film Festival 2011 Best New Performer of the 48th Golden Horse Awards
2011 The Clock 
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
Update:2022/07/27
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