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Updated: April 17, 2013 18:13 IST

All the way from Taiwan

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A still from a Taiwanese film, during the screening.
Special Arrangement A still from a Taiwanese film, during the screening.

Watch seven movies at the Taiwanese Film Festival

Three Times (April 21, 6.30 p.m.) tells the stories of three women and men in different relationships

Go Grandriders (April 22, 6.15 p.m.) is a documentary on 80-year-olds who dare to dream big

Cape No. 7 (April 22, 7.45 p.m.) follows a frustrated musician and an organiser who come together to form an impossible band

A Year In The Clouds (April 23, 6.15 p.m.) revolves around an indigenous group of people, documenting their lives, experiences and unique bonds

Yang Yang (April 23, 7.45 p.m.) recounts the tale of a French-Chinese woman and her relationships with men, her mother and friends

Cannot Live Without You (April 24, 6.15 p.m.) says how a father’s love for his child is unconditional, but sometimes government bureaucracy interferes

The Shoe Fairy (April 24, 7.45 p.m.) talks of a woman’s obsession for buying shoes, which is associated with an unfortunate past

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