Distributed the first issue of the quarterly “TFI Newsletters” to cultural institutions and shops. Aside from curating special programs for each issue, the quarterly also shared TFI’s work and film news with readers. Every issue came with an old film poster.
The 10th Taiwan International Documentary Festival screened Why Aren’t You Angry (Wild Lily Movement) after 26 years of its completion. Members of the “Green Team” were also in attendance and participated in the post-screening talk.
To mark the 60th anniversary of the first Taiwanese-language film Love Amongst War, TFI held the “60 Years of Taiyupian Exhibition” and the “Taiyupian Film Festival”. The “60 Years of Taiyupian Exhibition” centered around taiyupian theme songs, popular songs, and soundtracks, including many private collections. “Taiyupian Film Festival” included a screening tour, showing 12 films, including Vengeance of the Phoenix Sisters, Back to Anping Harbor, and The Fantasy of Deer Warrior.
Dr. CHEN Pin-chuan assumed the role as the 2nd director of TFI.
The "Taiwan Film and Culture Park – Taiwan Film Institute" project was officially finalized and approved, with the signing ceremony presided over by New Taipei City Mayor Eric CHU and Minister of Culture CHENG LI-chiun. The Ministry of Culture pledged to further facilitate the transformation of TFI into an administrative institution, as well as to assess the possibility of establishing a cultural and creative institute, hoping the two major institutions would revive and support the film and television industry and culture.
The digitally restored Super Citizen KO (1995, WAN Jen) was re-released in cinemas in Taipei and Kaohsiung.
The digitally restored films by TFI’s lab in 2016 were the rare historical footage News from Taiwan Film Culture Company No.2, Legend of the Mountain, Brother Wang and Brother Liu Tour Taiwan Part 1 & 2, Goodbye, Taipei, and Lotus in Fall.
Golden Horse winner for Best Actress, HSU Feng, donated 5 million NTD as the restoration fund for King HU’s Legend of the Mountain. It was the second donation from Hsu, following her generous donation to the restoration of A Touch of Zen two years ago.
The TFI Digital Restoration Lab officially began operation. The first narrative feature restored independently by the lab was Raining in the Mountain.