After 8 months of preparation, the Film Library officially opened for the public and launched a limited membership plan. Aside from organizing large-scale film festivals, it also organized small-scale themed screenings of foreign and domestic films. The Film Library consisted of the Cataloguing, Library Services, Acquisitions, Promotion, and General Affairs divisions.
“Retrospective of LEE Hsing” became the Film Library’s first public event, screening 19 films directed by LEE Hsing, from Brother Wang and Brother Liu Tour Taiwan to his more recent work, The Story of a Small Town.
The Film Library’s first program dedicated to introducing foreign films was “The World of John Ford.”
Opened SONG Chun-so’s retrospective, screening 10 films directed by Song, including At Dawn. Song was invited to speak at talks, and write for the special issue of Looking Back at 50.
Undertook the publishing of the R.O.C. Cinema Yearbook from the 5th issue, a work previously carried out by Motion Picture and Drama Association, R.O.C.
The Film Library organized the “Cannes Film Festival Film Posters” exhibition.
Held the first French Cinema Festival in collaboration with the French Tech and Culture Centre (now French Institute in Taipei) to an enthusiastic response.
Held the first Independent Shorts Festival, screening 24 independent shorts from Canada and Hong Kong.