Announcing the 3rd Annual Taiwan Film Days Festival

Chaperoning teddy bears (Bear It), hilarious kidnappings (Formosa Mambo), and road tripping with a couch boat (Pinoy Sunday).  This year’s Taiwan Film Days Festival has definitely taken a complete 180 turn from what was easily last year’s most disappointing film outing.  The programmers for this year’s Taiwanese Film Festival claim they are offering the very best in contemporary Taiwan cinema, and so far, from what I can tell, they might be right.  Whether you were or weren’t disappointed with last year’s program, you definitely need not worry about the quality in this year’s.  If you have never been to see a Taiwanese film, maybe this year should be your first.

As always, be sure to check back with us a day or two before the festival starts to see a complete run down of which films we feel you should see and which ones to avoid.  Ticket info and complete schedule after the jump.

Film tickets: $11 for SFFS members, $13 general, $12 seniors, students and persons with disabilities; Opening Night film and party $15 for SFFS members, $20 general; Film Society CineVoucher 10-Packs $105 for SFFS members, $125 general. Box office at San Francisco Film Society | New People Cinema (1742 Post Street) is now open for the general public or purchase your tickets online at sffs.org.

Schedule:

Friday, October 14th:

7:00pm  – Formosa Mambo

9:00pm – Opening Night Reception

9:45pm – Formosa Mambo

Saturday, October 15th:

1:30pm  – Taivalu

5:00pm – Pinoy Sunday

6:00pm – You Are The Apple Of My Eye

9:00pm – Honey Pupu

Sunday, October 16th:

1:00pm – The Coming Of Tulku

4:15pm – Bear It

7:00pm – Pinoy Sunday

9:00pm – Ranger

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