Chang Tso-chi (Chinese: 張作驥; pinyin: Zhāng Zuòjì) (born December 26, 1961) is a Taiwanese film director. His 2002 film The Best Of Times was entered into the 59th Venice International Film Festival. His films won Golden Horse Award for Best Feature Film two times, for The Best of Times (2002) and When Love Comes (zh) (2010).
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The new director is the most vivid force in the current film market. It stems from the prosperity of the market, the development of the film industry, and the reduction of filming threshold. The film director is no longer confined to the students of the film school. With market capacity and box office volume increasing year by year, Chinese films relying solely on the works of directors or experienced directors cannot support the daily needs of a huge audience, and when the annual box office reaches 50 billion orders, The types of films that the old directors are driving and focusing on are also increasingly distanced from the market. Under this premise, the emergence and rise of new directors is also a matter of necessity and vitality. Some Chinese-made films, such as the one to be released this year, include works from the new director such as “Chinese medicine god”, “Knives in Qingshui”, “Impermanence” and “Breaking silence.” The new director has avant-garde expression of advancing with the times and exploration of new types. Traditionally