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TSAI Ming-Liang Born in Malaysia in 1957, TSAI Ming-Liang is one of the most prominent film directors of the new cinema movement in Taiwan. In 1994, his film Vive L’ amour was awarded the Golden Lion award at the Venice Film Festival, and this helped establish a place for him in the world of international film. In 2009, Face became the first film to be included in the collection of the Louvre Museum’s “Le Louvre s'offre aux cineastes.” It has since become the benchmark for films venturing into the world of art galleries. Tsai’s films, such as Rebels of the Neon God, The River, The Hole, What Time Is It There?, The Wayward Cloud, Goodbye, Dragon Inn, I Don't Want to Sleep Alone, Stray Dogs and more, have won worldwide recognition at significant international film awards and festivals. In recent years, TSAI Ming-Liang has also moved on to installation art. His works have been well-received in Venice, Shanghai, and Nagoya.

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