Chen-Ling Wen is a Taiwanese actress. She won Best Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Television Film of the 49th Golden Bell Awards with Dawn / Spring, and was nominated for the 17th Taipei Film Awards and Best Actress in a Miniseries or Television Film of the 50th Golden Bell Awards with The Kids.
In 2017, she served as the Film Ambassador of the 19th Taipei Film Festival and won Best Actress in a Miniseries or Television Film of the 52nd Golden Bell Awards with The Last Verse, making her the youngest winner of this category (24 years old). She then went to Russia as an exchange student. After returning to Taiwan, she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress of the 56th Golden Horse Awards with A Sun.
2015 The 17th Taipei Film Awards Best Actress "Dawn / Spring"
|2021||Leave me alone|
|2018||Father to Son|
2018 International Film Festival Rotterdam - Official Selection 2018 The 18th Palmas de Gran Canaria International Film Festival - Competition 2018 The 25th Titanic Budapest International Film Festival - Asian Winds 2018 Taipei Film Festival - Opening Film
|2017||The Bold, The Corrupt, and the Beautiful|
Winning 2017 Golden Horse Awards Best Feature Film,Best Leading Actress,Best Supporting Actress,Audience Choice Award Nomination 2018 International Film Festival Rotterdam - Official Selection 2017 Golden Horse Awards Best Director,Best Original Screenplay,Best Art Direction,Best Makeup & Costume Design
|2017||The Last Verse|
|2016||Love in Vain|
2015 Taipei Film Festival-Gala Premieres
2015 Tokyo International Film Festival-Asian Future
2015 Singapore International Film Festival
2015 Taipei Film Festival-Best Narrative Feature Nomination
Awards 2015 Critics Jury Award, Grand Prize of the International Jury, and Netpac Award - Special Mention (Shiang-Chyi Chen) of Vesoul International Film Festival of Asian Cinema 2014 Best Leading Actress (Shiang-Chyi Chen) of the 51st Golden Horse Awards 2014 Best Narrative Feature and Best Leading Actress of Taipei Film Awards
|2014||Partners in Crime|
2014 Toronto International Film Festival
2014 Busan International Film Festival-A Window on Asian Cinema
2014 Taipei Film Festival-Opening Film
Awards 2013 Best New Talent and Media Recommendation Award of Taipei Film Awards Selection 2012 New Currents of the Busan International Film Festival
2011 "Hotel Blackcat"