The Golden Harvest Awards celebrated its 30th anniversary with the theme "Established at 30". After over two months of selection process, it was announced that 36 films were chosen from 115 submissions. The 36 films, along with 48 representative works selected from the nearly 500 films of previous winners, will be featured in the "Golden Harvest Awards Film Festival and Retrospective". Also showcased were early works from renowned directors such as Ang LEE, TSAI Ming-liang, CHENG Wen-tang, YEE Chin-yen, YANG Li-chou, LIN Jing-jie, and Zero CHOU.
Co-organized the "A Life in Film - Director LEE Hsing" exhibition with National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) Library. Held at the NTNU library, the exhibition showcased Lee's personal belongings and artifacts from his time as a student at NTNU and from his film career, including posters, awards, filming equipment, props, documents, manuscripts, photos, and literature. In addition, eight of Lee’s films, including Execution in Autumn, were screened during the exhibition.
A grand “626 Golden Harvest Directors’ Reunion” was held at the Huashan Creative Park. Over 100 directors gathered. A congratulatory video from director Ang LEE, specially recorded for the Golden Harvest Awards, was played.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Golden Harvest Awards, six directors who had previously won the awards, KO I-Chen, WANG Geng-yu, WU Mi-sen, Zero CHOU, CHENG Wen-tang, and YANG Li-chou, were commissioned to produce shorts with a common theme. A special screening was held at in89 Cinemax. The "Golden Harvest Awards Film Festival and Retrospective" was held at the Eslite Dunnan and Xinyi Bookstores until July 31st, with a total of 51 screenings and 17 post-screening talks by directors. In addition, 4 special lectures were held, with a total attendance of nearly 7,000 people.
Organized in collaboration with Taipei Municipal University of Education, four lectures on the topic of "exhibiting films" by Dominique PAÏNI, a French professor, film curator, and former Director of Cinémathèque française.
To respond to the call from the International Federation of Film Archives (FIAF), a special event was held for the World Audiovisual Heritage Day for the first time, featuring 2 important African films from CTFA’s collection: Hyenas and Alexandria Again and Forever.