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4 Taiwanese films awarded at Houston international film festival
Publish Date: 2017/05/01
Update Date: 2017/05/01
Taipei, April 30 (CNA) Four Taiwanese films were awarded Sunday at the 50th WorldFest-Houston International Film and Video Festival, an independent international film festival that is one of the oldest and largest film & video competitions in the world.

Among them, "Lokah Laqi" by Taiwanese director Laha Mebow won a special jury award for feature drama.

The film, which depicts the story of three children growing up in a secluded indigenous tribal village in Taiwan, was Mebow's second film after her first production "Finding Sayun" was released in 2011.

"Lokah Laqi" stars actress Albee Huang, who plays the role of teacher of the three children in the film.

Meanwhile, three other Taiwanese gold award recipients were "Sea Pig," a feature film by Huang Chun-hua; "Packages from Daddy," a feature film by Tsai Yin-chuan; and "Barkley," an animation by Chiu Li-wei.

The festival, which honors independent films and filmmakers, is one of the three original international film festivals in North America, following San Francisco and New York.

This year's event hosted 55-60 feature films which were selected for screening at the festival, which ran from April 21-30. 
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