黃琇怡

黃琇怡,台灣雲林人,畢業於台南藝術大學音像紀錄研究所,現為獨立影像工作者,主要擔任紀錄片與短片之導演及製片。

2011年,因執行台灣南方影像學會所舉辦之新住民影展,而開始關注台灣新住民現況,以及對東南亞國家的關注。2015年獲雲門舞集文教基金會「流浪者計畫」補助,沿著湄公河流域,一路前往泰國、寮國、柬埔寨、越南等國,紀錄當地人與河流之間的互動共生關係,並觀察東協國家,變動與崛起的生活,與經濟發展狀況。目前來往於台灣及緬甸,拍攝新南向議題影片。

個人作品主要關注女性議題、生態環境、台灣農業現況;除了影像製作之外,2004~2010年在台灣南方影像學會擔任南方影展執行長,長期參與影展策展;同時間並推動影像教育推廣,戮力將紀錄片/電影帶至南台灣不同的社區角落。

 

Huang Hsiu-Yi

Huang Hsiu-Yi was born in Yunlin, Taiwan, and graduated from the Graduate Institute of Studies in Documentary and Film Archiving, at Tainan National University of the Arts. She is now an independent filmmaker, who specializes in documentary and short film directing and production.

In 2011, she began paying attention to the life of new immigrants in Taiwan and Southeast Asian countries and organized the Migration Film Festival hosted by the South Taiwan Film Association. In 2015, she was selected and awarded a grant by the Wanderer Program in association with the Cloud Gate Culture and Arts Foundation, which enabled her to travel the length of the Mekong River, visiting Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam in order to document the interactive and symbiotic relationship between the locals and the river. During her journey, she also keenly observed the improving living conditions and the economic development of member countries in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). She currently works in both Taiwan and Burma filming new works on topics related to the New Southbound Policy.

Her work centers on issues for women, ecology and the environment as well as Taiwan’s current agricultural conditions. In addition to film production, she has worked for the South Taiwan Film Association and served as CEO and curator of the South Taiwan Film Festival between 2004 and 2010. She also dedicates her time to promoting film education, making efforts to introduce documentaries and films to different communities in southern Taiwan.

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