Rhydian Vaughan

Rhydian Vaughan (born 10 March 1988) is a Taiwanese-British film actor, best known for his performances in the films Monga and Winds of September. Vaughan is of Eurasian descent; his Taiwanese mother is a performance artist, while his British father is a violinist. Vaughan graduated from the East 15 Acting School, a British performing arts school, in 2011.

Poster for the movie "Winds of September"

Winds of September

Lin Shu-Yu’s semi auto-biographical debut takes us back to 1996, during the time of the tragic Taiwan baseball scandal, an event that devastated many teenage boys. The story follows Yen and Tang and their gang through the last year of their high school life. From chasing girls to midnight skinny dipping to rooting for their favorite baseball team, they do everything together. When an accident throws Yen into a coma, their world starts falling apart.

Monga

Set in the 1980s, “Monga” centers on five boys (Mosquito, Monk, Dragon, White Monkey and A-Lan) who join the “Gang of Princes” who are tired of being pushed around. As the “Gang of Princes” rise in stature, they come into conflict with other gangs jealous of their rising power.

Lord of Shanghai

A lowly brothel maid captures the attention of Shanghai triad leaders, pulling her into a brutal war where she learns to rise above the odds in order to survive.

The Vanished Murderer

The Vanished Murderer (Chinese: 消失的凶手; pinyin: Xiāoshī de Xiōngshōu) is a 2015 period suspense crime action thriller film directed by Law Chi-leung.

Crazy New Year’s Eve

Crazy New Year’s Eve (Chinese: 一路惊喜) is a 2015 Chinese romantic comedy family film directed by Eva Jin, Pan Anzi, Zhang Jiarui and Song Di.

Chronicles of the Ghostly Tribe

In 1979, a young soldier is working in China’s snowcapped mountains when an explosion reveals bizarre fossils hidden deep in the mountain caverns. What they discover next will change his life and human history forever. The film is an adaptation of Tianxia Bachang’s 2006 best-selling novel Ghost Blows Out the Light. Chronicles of the Ghostly Tribe was released in China on September 30, 2015.

Tiny Times

When four best friends try and move forward in their work and personal life, they realize that trying to live their life’s dream is more difficult than they imagine — especially in the high fashion world of Shanghai.