New Talent Film Competition Begins at Taipei Film Festival
A dozen full-length feature films by new and emerging filmmakers around the world began screening Friday in a competition for new talent at the annual Taipei Film Festival.
A total of 12 films by filmmakers from Japan, China, Brazil, Kosovo, Portugal, Taiwan, Peru, Saudi Arabia, Lesotho, Denmark and Uruguay have been accepted in the festival’s International New Talent Competition this year.
One of the movies in the competition that was screened that day was a drama titled “Song Without a Name” by Peruvian filmmaker Melina León. The film is León’s debut feature and was selected for the Directors’ Fortnight at Cannes in 2019.
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