陳璽文

Stefano Centini

Producer

assistant working with international broadcasters such as Fox TV and MTV Italy. He then moved to Paris where he completed his education at INALCO with a Masters Degree in Chinese Language and Culture. After moving to Taiwan, where he was first enrolled in the National Taiwan University of Arts, he now lives in Taipei where he works as a director/producer for TV documentaries (CCTV, National Geographic, History, Discovery Channel) for IFA Media. With Lau Kek-Huat, he founded Hummingbird Studio to produce independent short and feature films.

A LOVE OF BOLUOMI (2018, In production, dir. Lau Kek-Huat)
Selected for La Fabrique des Cinémas du Monde 2017
CNC Award at Golden Horse FPP 2016
Best Project at Tokyo Talents 2015
Selected for Produire au Sud Taipei 2015
ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE (Feature Documentary, dir. Lau, Kek-Huat, 84 min; 2016)
WINNER Audience Choice Award, Singapore International Film Festival
WINNER Taoyuan Film Festival, Special Jury Award
NIA'S DOOR (Fiction short, dir. Lau, Kek-Huat, 26 min; 2015)
WINNER Sonjie Award Best Asian short, Busan International Film Festival
International Competition, 38th Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival

ORIGINS OF FOOD
WINNER Asian TV awards- best lifestyle program

Filmography:

Year Title
2018 Ten Years Taiwan 
2016 Absent without Leave 
2017 Berlinale Talent Campus
2016 Busan International Film Festival-Wide Angle
2016 Singapore International Film Festival - Best Audience Choice Award
2015 Busan International Film Festival-Asian Cinema Fund,Asian Networkof Documentary, Taskovski Award
2015 New Taipei City Documentary Fund, Taiwan

A LOVE OF BOLUOMI (2018, In production, dir. Lau Kek-Huat)
Selected for La Fabrique des Cinémas du Monde 2017
CNC Award at Golden Horse FPP 2016
Best Project at Tokyo Talents 2015
Selected for Produire au Sud Taipei 2015
ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE (Feature Documentary, dir. Lau, Kek-Huat, 84 min; 2016)
Produced by Hummingbird Productions, Distributed Internationally by Activator Marketing. Filmed in China, Thailand, Malaysia. Released in Taiwan cinemas in November 2016.
BUSAN IFF Wide Angle Competition - 2016 Singapore IFF Audience Choice Award - 2016 Taipei IFF
WINNER Audience Choice Award, Singapore International Film Festival
WINNER Taoyuan Film Festival, Special Jury Award
NIA'S DOOR (Fiction short, dir. Lau, Kek-Huat, 26 min; 2015)
Produced by Hummingbird Productions.
BUSAN IFF Wide Angle Competition - 2015 Clermont Ferrand International short Film Festival, in competition
A day in the life of Nia, a Filipino maid working in a Taiwan family.
WINNER Sonjie Award Best Asian short, Busan International Film Festival
International Competition, 38th Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival
ARTERIAL (Feature short, dir. Olivier Marceny, 30 min; 2016)
Produced by REDIron, sponsored by Kaohsiung Government (Taiwan). 2016 Clermont Ferrand Film Festival, 2016 Kaohsiung IFF
1st AD on set.
NAZI WORLD WAR WEIRD Ep.2 - NAZI METH HEADS (60 min x 5 Episodes; 2016)
For National Geographic Europe. Filmed in Poland, Germany, Spain. Broadcast in Asia Pacific and Europe.
Post-produced the second episode on Nazi War Drugs.
CROSSROADS – 2000 years along the Silk Road (60 min x 5 Episodes; 2015)
For CCTV9 - CICC. Filmed in China, Kyrgysztan, Spain. Broadcast in China on National day October 1st .

ORIGINS OF FOOD (30 mins x 10 Episodes; 2014)
For CCTV9. Filmed in Yunnan region, China. Broadcast in China.
Worked on building up and seeing through all the episodes and directed eight.
WINNER Asian TV awards- best lifestyle program

Update:2017/09/13
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