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Lungnan Isak Fangas (Taiwan)

Lungnan Isak Fangas is a Pangcah documentary filmmaker born in Chishang Township, Taitung County. His award-winning documentary Ocean Fever (2004) was invited to various film festivals in Taiwan, South Korea, and the United States. In 2010, he served as the executive producer on a series of documentaries about Typhoon Morakot, which had caused one of the most devastating flooding incidents in Taiwan. He also produced Taivalu, which won the Grand Prize and Best Documentary at the 2011 Taipei Film Awards. In addition, he has been the Manager of the Programming Department at the Taiwan Indigenous Television, the Chairperson of the Taipei Documentary Filmmakers' Union, and a juror at the Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival, Taipei Film Festival, Kaohsiung Film Festival, and Ministry of Culture film subsidy committee. Currently, he is an executive producer and director at Wonderful Time Films Production, aiming to solve the problems in Taiwan with films.


  • Ga-Tau Chang
  • Pakalungay
  • On the Road
  • Who Is Singing There
  • Ocean Fever
  • A Beautiful Trip
  • The Lost Two Years
  • Angoo
  • Looking for the Salt
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