• Director of Changhua County Cultural Affairs Bureau: Wen-Pin Chen

    彰化縣文化局局長:陳文彬

    Born in 1969, graduated from Lukang Ding Fan Elementary School; Chang An Junior High School; Changhua Senior High School; Ching Cheng High School; Department of Fashion Design, Shih Chien University; master's from the Graduate Institute for Social Transformation Studies, Shih Hsin University.

    Participated in social movements, and later entered the 921 earthquake disaster area in Shigang to assist with post-disaster reconstruction.

    Has been a reporter, parliament assistant, and secretary for Taichung County Government.

    Involved in the shooting and performing tasks of television, movie and documentary films during recent years.

    Teaches as an associate professor at the Department of Motion Pictures and Video Communication, Chung Chou University of Science and Technology.

    【Awards】
    2004 – Directed the documentary “Home” which was nominated as the Best Documentary for the 41st Golden Horse Film Festival.
    2005 – Planned the documentary “Sweet Place” for the Public Television Service, and received the Best Educational & Cultural Program Award for the Golden Bell Awards.
    2007 – Directed the short film “MSGAMIL: Once Upon a Time” and received the Platinum Remi for the 41st WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival; was invited to participate in the Beijing International Youth Film Festival, Moscow Festival of Visual Anthropology.
    2009 – Performed in the movie “I Can't Live Without You”, and was awarded as the Best Actor for the 11th Taipei Film Festival; the Best Actor for the 10th Chinese Film Media Awards; nominated as the Best New Artist and Best Actor for the 46th Golden Horse Film Festival, and Best Actor for the Macau International Movie Festival.
    2009 – Screenplay for “I Can't Live Without You” received the Best Original Screenplay for the 46th Golden Horse Film Festival.
    2010 – Performed in the television film “My Bad Hero”, and was nominated as the Best Actor for the Golden Bell Awards.
    2010 – Performed as the actor for the stage play “For the Waste Land” directed by Mo-Lin Wang from National Experimental Theater.
    2010 – Directed the documentary “Invisible River”, and received the Outstanding Award for local images from the Council for Cultural Affairs, Best Documentary for Nanying Award, and was nominated for the South Taiwan Film Festival.
    2011 – Directed the feature film “Everlasting Moments”, and was nominated for the 23rd Singapore Film Festival, the 12th Taipei Film Festival, and Competition Film for the 59th International Film Festival Mannheim, the 41st International Film Festival of India – Kolkata, the 5th Pięć Smaków in Poland.
    2011 – Performed in the National Theater’s flagship program “La Dame aux Camélias” directed by Tadashi Suzuki from Japan.
    2011 - Performed as a supporting actor in Formosa TV drama series of “In Time with You” (Director Yu-Ning Chu).
    2011 – Performed in the film “Life of Pi” directed by Ang Lee, produced by Columbia Pictures.
    2011 – Performed as the leading actor in the stage play “Taipei Singer” directed by theater director, Chiao Chung.
    2012 – The film “Everlasting Moments” directed by him was nominated for the 12th Italy-Taiwan Film Festival, Edinburgh Taiwan Film Festival, and India Gandhiana Film Festival.
    2013 – Screenplay creation “Freedom Era” was nominated for the Excellent Screenplay Award from the Ministry of Culture.
    2012 – Directed the short film “Sunshine After Storm”, and was selected for the Taiwan Film Thematic Exhibition of Fukuoka International Film Festival, and Macao International Travel Expo.
    2012 – Directed the documentary “Story of Banana Farmers Ted-Fu Ku”, and was selected for the “New Taiwan Experience” of the Kaohsiung Film Festival, Kaohsiung Museum of History Chishan Cultural Relics Exhibition.
    2013 – The short film “Sunshine After Storm” directed by him received the Platinum Remi from the WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival; “Oyster Man” received the award of excellence for the professional group in the 1st Taiwan Micro Movie Competition.
    2013 – Acted as the mini drama judge for the 50th Golden Bell Awards.
    2014 – The short film “Oyster Man” directed by him was selected for the “Golden Osmanthus Award” of the 2nd China International Micro-Film Festival.
    2016 – Directed and presented the Siaolin Village documentary “From Now On” after Typhoon Morakot.

  • Lin Hai-Ching , 1st Director of the Cultural Center, Changhua County Government

  • Hsu Tian-Fu, 2nd Director of the Cultural Center, Changhua County Government

  • Yang Su-Ching, 3rd Director of the Cultural Center, Changhua County Government

  • Lee Chun-Te, 4th Director of the Cultural Center, Changhua County Government & 1st Acting Director of the Cultural Affairs Bureau, Changhua County Government

  • Chen Ching-Fang, 2nd Director of the Cultural Affairs Bureau, Changhua County Government

  • Lin Tien-Fu, 3rd Director of the Cultural Affairs Bureau, Changhua County Government

  • Chen Yun-Yong, 4th Acting Director of the Cultural Affairs Bureau, Changhua County Government

  • Hsiao Ching-Shan, 5th Director of the Cultural Affairs Bureau, Changhua County Government

  • 6th Acting Director of Changhua County Cultural Affairs Bureau Chen Yun-Yong

  • Tian, Fei-peng, 7th Director of the Cultural Affairs Bureau, Changhua County Government

  • Wu Lan-mei, 8th Director of the Cultural Affairs Bureau, Changhua County Government

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