CHUNG Mong-Hong (钟孟宏) was born in Ping-Tong, Taiwan. He received his B. S. in Computer Engineering from National Chao Tung University in Taiwan, and his M. F. A. in Filmmaking from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Since 1997, Chung has directed more than one hundred TV commercials. In 2008, his first long feature film Parking was selected in Cannes Film Festival for the Un Certain Regard section. His second long feature film, The Fourth Portrait, won him the Best Director of Golden Horse Award in 2010, and has been selected in Locarno and Toronto International Film Festival. His third long feature film, Soul, has also been selected in Toronto, Tokyo and Pusan International Film Festival. Godspeed is CHUNG’s 4th long feature film.
Best Documentary, Taipei Film Festival
Merit Prize, Asian Vision Competition
PTS Audience Choice Award, Taiwan International Documentary Festival MOMA Documentary Fortnight Festival, New York, 2008
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Un Certain Regard Official Selection, Cannes Film Festival
FIPRESCI Prizes, Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival
The Fourth Portrait (2010)
Best Narrative Feature, Taipei Film Festival
Best Director, 47th Golden Horse Awards
Locarno International Film Festival
Contemporary World Cinema,
Toronto International Film Festival
Nominated for The 50th Golden Horse Awards
Best Narrative Feature, Best Actor, Best Cinematography and Best Song,
Taipei Film Festival
Vanguard, Toronto International Film Festival
Vancouver International Film Festival
Chicago International Film Festival
Taiwanese entry for Best Foreign Language Film at the 86th Academy Awards
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