To celebrate the 65th anniversary of Taiwan’s Retrocession, CTFA co-organized forums, screenings, and Q&As with National Central Library, Taipei Municipal University of Education, National Central Library’s Taiwan Branch, and Taichung Public Library, as well as printed the “Book List & Internet Resources on Taiwan’s Retrocession”. Also organized were screenings with the theme “65th Anniversary of Taiwan's Retrocession Film Screenings & Q&As: Historical Footage of Taiwan around the Retrocession Day”, showing documentaries by Taiwan Film Culture Co. from 1945 to 1947.
Held the "2010 Chinese-language Classics Film Festival and Digital Restoration Seminar" at Chinese Culture University, inviting experts in digital cataloging and promotion from Beijing’s China Film Archive to share their experience in digitizing films. The seminar explored restoration techniques, ethical considerations, historical context, and aesthetic aspects of classic works, discussing the different meanings they assume in different historical settings, contexts, and perspectives.
Co-organized the "Taiwan in Motion: Cinema in Taiwan Film Culture Co.’s Newsreels" exhibition with the Beitou Hot Spring Museum, showcasing precious newsreels of various events such as the 11th Asian Film Festival, the 1st Taiyupian Film Festival, the 1st Top 10 Movie Star Selection, and the opening of Shin Sheng Theater.
Co-organized the “Film Aesthetics of RUAN Ling-yu" seminar with Taipei Film Festival which took place at CTFA, inviting renowned scholar Peggy CHIAO, Chinese scholars LI Yu and BAI He to speak about Ruan's achievements in performing for the screen and her relationship with the 1930s Chinese society. Ten films, including Love and Duty, were shown in 20 screenings from July 13th to 24th.
Co-organized the “Golden Horse Best Actor OU Wei and Taiwan Classics” film festival with the National Museum of Taiwan Literature and Tainan’s Chuang Mei Theater, which kicked off yesterday at the Dongcheng EastTasty Hall (the designated location for the OU Wei Memorial Museum) in Xinhua Township in Tainan County. CTFA provided artifacts of LEE Hsing, PAN Lei, and OU Wei for the exhibition; while Chuang Mei Theater provided 8 large hand-painted movie posters to be displayed.
After over a year’s effort on the OU Wei artifacts archiving and digitizing project that included scanning and restoring all photos, documents, and manuscripts, the "Golden Horse Best Actor OU Wei Commemorative DVD" was completed. It was launched at the Dongcheng EastTasty Hall in Xinhua Township, Tainan County, Ou’s hometown. The DVD consists of two parts: "OU Wei, the Actor" and "OU Wei, the Cinephile", also showing Ou’s passion for the art of cinema. The project could be viewed on CTFA’s official website under headings "Digital Archives" and "OU Wei DVD".