By: Yang Ming-chu and Lilian Wu
Tokyo, May 11 (CNA) A Taiwanese television program titled “The Free Man” (自
由人) was screened on the opening day of the International Public Television (INPUT) 2015 that opened in Tokyo on Monday.
More than 70 works from the world’s public broadcasting and television companies have been included in the four-day INPUT 2015, with two from Taiwan. In addition to “The Free Man,” the short film “Friends or Foes” will be screened on Wednesday.
Quah Boon Lip (柯汶利), director of “The Free Man,” attended the screening of his work and shared his creative process with the audience.
Quah, born in Malaysia, was still a graduate student at Taipei National University of the Arts when he directed the film. He is touted for making use of symbols and metaphors to portray unique human nature. [FULL STORY]