Lin Sheng-xiang is an indie musician who was born in Meinong of Kaohsiung City in 1971. He often writes songs in the Hakka language to express his care for the land, environment, and farmers in Taiwan. In his career that spans for more than two decades, he has won eight Golden Melody Awards. In 2017, he garnered the Golden Horse Awards for best original film score and best original film song for the original sound track of "The Great Buddha +."
2017 The 54th Golden Horse Awards Best Original Film Score "The Great Buddha +"
2017 The 54th Golden Horse Awards Best Original Film Song "The Great Buddha +"
2020 The 14th Asian Film Awards nominations - Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress , Best Supporting Actor, Best Screenplay, Best Editing 2019 Golden Horse Awards winner - Best Narrative Feature, Best Director, Best Leading Actor, Best Supporting Actor, Best Film Editing, Audience Choice Award 2019 Toronto International Film Festival - Contemporary World Cinema 2019 Busan International Film Festival - A Window on Asian Cinema 2019 Tokyo International Film Festival - World Focus
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Winning 2017 Golden Horse Awards : Best New Director,Best Adapted Screenplay,Best Cinematography,Best Original Film Score,Best Original Film Song Nomination 2017 Golden Horse Awards : Best Feature Film,Best Supporting Actor,Best Art Direction,Best Film Editing,Best Sound Effects 2017 Toronto International Film Festival - Discovery, NETPAC Award 2017 Vancouver International Film Festival - Dragons & Tigers 2017 Busan International Film Festival - A Window on Asian Cinema 2017 Tokyo International Film Festival - World Focus
2014 Jury Prize of Fukuoka Asian Film Festival (winner)