London, United Kingdom, March 04, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The Taipei Representative Office (TRO) in the UK, in conjunction with the University of Cambridge, is pleased to invite the movie-lovers to the UK premiere of the film “Exit No. 6” at the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies at 2.00pm on Thursday the 18th of March 2010.
The premiere of “Exit No. 6” will be followed by a Q&A session with the director, Lin Yu-hsien. Director Lin has worked as an assistant director and production manager for commercial films and music video productions. “Exit No. 6” is his first feature film. It is a movie that serves as a voice for today’s youth. The 6th exit of Xi Men Ding tube station in Taipei is a place where anything can happen - it fuses culture, architecture and people, both old and new. The youth of Taiwan is under extreme social pressure. Where is their exit?
In addition to this event, Director Lin will attend “Sorry! I Love you”, the opening night film of the Taiwan Cinefest 2010 at Riverside Studios on the 17th of March, as well as the film-makers workshop following director Lin’s popular documentary “Jump Boys” at Goldsmiths College on the 19th of March.
For screening information on “Exit No. 6”, please see the website www.ames.cam.ac.uk /news_events/exit6.htm. For more information and the latest updates on Taiwan Cinefest, please visit the following website: www.taiwancinefest.com . If the audience require any further information regarding the details of the screening of these films, please contact the relevant venue.
TRO look forward to seeing the audience enjoy a captivating week of contemporary Taiwanese cinema.