Co-organized CTFA’s 30th anniversary open-air screenings with Taipei City Government’s Department of Cultural Affairs. The screenings were held at the outdoor stage of the 228 Peace Memorial Park, showing 2 feature films: Our Neighbor and Under One Roof, as well as 15 newsreels and documentary films. The event also invited the director of the National Museum of Taiwan Literature, CHENG Bang-chen, to serve as the orator, and the Taipei Civic Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of LIN Tien-chi, and a 30-member civic concert band led by SU Shih-wen to accompany the screening of silent films.
The Central Motion Picture Co. privatized and placed over 200 prints in CTFA’s care.
Joined the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE).
To celebrate the 80th birthday and 60 years of filmmaking of veteran director LEE Hsing, the "LEE Hsing 80 | Film 60" series of events began. The events were considered the most comprehensive retrospective of Lee's work in recent years. The events opened with Chiung Yao’s bestselling film Where the Sea Gull Flies. At the opening party, LEE Hsing presented an 8mm camera, representing the donation of his personal film artifact collection to CTFA.
Signed a contract with Executive Yuan’s Government Information Office, confirming the transfer of books and program recordings left behind by the Broadcasting Development Foundation to CTFA for preservation.
Held the "International Digital Restoration Symposium and Film Festival", with foreign guests including Davide Pozzi, Technical Director of the Cineteca di Bologna in Italy; Robert J. Heiber, President of Chace Audio from the United States; Richard Wright, Senior Researcher at the BBC's Future Technology Research Department; Nicola Mazzanti, FIAF Technical Committee Member; Thomas C. Christensen, Convener of the FIAF Technical Committee and Data Team Leader of the Danish Film Institute; and Erlend Jonassen, Senior Advisor of Digital Film at the Norwegian Film Academy. After the symposium, 10 free public screenings of restored classics were held. The films included Our Neighbor directed by LEE Hsing from Taiwan, the Hollywood classic musical film The Wizard of Oz, the Danish 100-year-old silent film Abyss, Michelangelo Antonioni's The Girlfriends, Luchino Visconti's Senso, the Disney documentary Grand Canyon, and the once-thought-lost Norwegian symphony film Growth of the Soil.
Screened the sequel to A Maid from Heaven and The End of the Track on the World Day for Audiovisual Heritage.