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The Red Leaf Legend

Director
Hsiao Chu-Chen
Country
Taiwan
Entry Year
1999
Running Time
72min
Format / Color
16mm / COLOR
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PROGRAM NOTE
In 1968, a single sporting event in Taipei changed the fortunes of a nation. Taiwan's baseball team, the ultimate underdogs, pulled off a stunning upset of a Japanese team. The victory not only kick-started Taiwanese baseball but also restored the self-respect of the people. The story doesn't end there; the film goes on to explore how the less glamorous events after the game have been largely forgotten by the public.
DIRECTOR
Director
Hsiao Chu-Chen
Hsiao graduated from the Department of Economics at national Chinghua University in 1994. A journalist as well, Hsiao Chu-chen began making documentary films during her final years of university. These films focused mostly on handicapped people and victims of Taiwan’s white terror, including Blood Stained Youth(1998). The Red Leaf Legend(1999) received awards for the Best Documentary Film at both the Golden Horse Awards and Taipei Film Festival. Her documentary Grandma’s Hairpin(2000) was screened at the 6th Pusan International Film Festival.
CREDITS
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DIRECTOR Hsiao Chu-Chen
SCREENPLAY Hsiao Chu-Chen
CINEMATOGRAPHY Qin Ding-Chang, Huang Tian-Ren, Wong Ying-Shun
EDITOR Chen Bo-Wan
SOUND Tu Duu-Che
MUSIC Chen Ming-Chang
PRODUCTION COMPANY HSIAO Chuchen
Mu-Zha 5-34 Mailbox, Taipei, Taiwan
Tel: 886-2-2214-5192
Fax: 886-2-2214-5192

WORLD SALES HSIAO Chuchen
Mu-Zha 5-34 Mailbox, Taipei, Taiwan
Tel: 886-2-2214-5192
Fax: 886-2-2214-5192