Cape No. 7

Cape No. 7

Sunday, February 5, 2012 - 1:00pm to 2:30pm
Auditorium, Whitney Humanities Center See map
53 Wall Street
New Haven, CT 6510

Cape No. 7
Directed by Wei Te-sheng, Taiwan, 2008

The film portrays the rise of a small-town rock band and the discovery of a cache of undelivered love letters from 1940’s Japanese-occupied Taiwan that become the catalyst of another inter-cultural love affair 70 years later.

–Highest grossing film ever produced in Taiwan surpassing even Ang Lee’s Lust: Caution and Crouching Tiger and Hidden Dragon.

–Official Taiwanese Entry for the 81st Academy Awards®

–Grand Prize, 4th AMFFM, JAPAN

–Best Supporting Actor, Best Original Film Score, Best Original Film Song and Best Audience Award, 45th Annual Golden Horse Awards 2008

Part of the Spring 2012 Taiwan Film Festival

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Sponsored by: Taipei Economic & Cultural Office in NY, The Council on East Asian Studies, Film Studies Program, and Films at the Whitney