CTFA joined National Science and Technology Council’s "Taiwan e-Learning and Digital Archives Program" to begin digitizing films.
Held the "Treasure Hunting in Summer! Taiyupian Materials Exhibition" for two weeks in Beitou, a place once known as the "Hollywood of Taiwan". The event screened Taiwanese-language classics from 1950 to 1981, including Encounter at the Station, The Best Secret Agent, and The Fantasy of Deer Warrior. The event also invited veteran singers such as Bûn-hā, Wen Hsiang, CHI Lu-hsia, and CHENG Hsiu-mei to perform. In addition, the event included a seminar titled "50 Years of Love & Hope - A Seminar on Taiyupian", which examined Taiwanese-language films with an academic approach and explored their historical significance to Taiwan.
Co-organized the 3rd Iron Horse Film Festival with Coolloud (Taiwan Labor Information & Education Association), showing 27 films including Drown Out. Three forums and four post-screening discussions were hosted by scholars and experts such as FENG Chien-san, KUANG Chung-shiang, and BI Heng-da.
Held the 2007 “5th Taiwan International Animation Festival” at the Shin Kong Cinemas in Taipei. With the theme of "Monster", close to 600 films from 34 countries were screened. Meanwhile, an "Animation Arts Exhibition" was held to introduce the process of animation filmmaking.
Director LEE Tien-young and senior director HSIN Chi were invited by the Deputy Director of the National Museum of Taiwan Literature, YU Shu-ching, to attend the "Taiwan Modern Camera – Taiyupian Classics Festival", and share the filmmaking process at the time.