Born in Taipei in 1980, Chang Jung-Chi received a masterís degree from the Graduate School of Applied Media Arts at the National Taiwan University of Arts. He started making films while still in university. In 2006, his My Football Summer won the Best Documentary Award at the Golden Horse Awards and in 2008, The End of the Tunnel, his graduation film, won the Best Short Film Award at Taipei Film Festival. That year it was also nominated for the Best Short Film at the Golden Horse Film Awards. At the time, he said that Inspiration for his work mostly comes from his everyday life.
In 2006, when Chang co-directed My Football Summer with Yang Li-Chou, it not only won Best Documentary at the Golden Horse Awards but was invited to numerous international film festivals including the Busan Film Festival. Chang made his graduation film, The End of the Tunnel, which won critical acclaim and the Best Short Film Award at Taipei Film Festival. It was nominated for Best Short Film at the Golden Horse Film Awards and shown in many film festivals around the world. It was commercially released with other two shorts, Summer Afternoon (directed by Ho Wi-Ding) and Family Viewing (directed by Kuo Cheng-Chui) as a three-segment program which reminded contemporary audiences of the 1980ís Taiwanese classic, The Sandwich Man. Chang Jung-Chi is undoubtedly one the most promising young directors in the Taiwanese film industry.
2012 Touch of the Light
2010 Mayday 3 DNA (co-director)
2009 Hockey Go (Documentary)
2006 My Football Summer (Winner of Best Documentary at Golden Horse Award)
2008 The End of the Tunnel (Short Film)
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