Huang Chia-chun was born in 1974, graduated from the Department of Radio, Television and Film, Shih Hsin University and Graduate School of Applied Media Arts, National Taiwan University of Arts. He directed commercials during his college years, and had devoted into making documentaries after his discharge from military service. Apart from film making, the director also has an interest in script-writing, TV production, photography and art creation. His works were focused on social and human issues. In each of the 4 years between 2005 and 2008, Huang Chia-chun was nominated Best Director for the children's programs he produced for PTS. In 2006, his short documentaryDream Journey won Best TV Program in Taiwan International Children's Film Festival. In 2007, his short documentary Black Bear 001 was nominated for EcoFilms (Greece), NaturVision (Germany), Green Screen (Germany), Green Wave (Bulgaria), and Montana CINE (USA). In 2008, Huang Chia-chun won Best Director for TV show Have Fun With Art produced for PTS; in the same year, his feature-length documentary "They Are Flying won Best Documentary Award in Taipei Film Festival and Audience Choice Award in Taiwan International Screening Documentary Festival, whereas short documentary The Way I Miss You was nominated Best Documentary in Golden Harvest Awards. His new production Rock Me to the Moon won 2013 Taipei Film Festival Audience Choice Award, and is nominated Best Original Film Song in the Golden Horse Award.
2006 short documentary Dream Journey
2007 short documentary Black Bear 001
2008 feature-length documentary They Are Flying
2008 short documentary The Way I Miss You
2011 feature-length documentary Hi! Baby
2013 feature-length documentary Rock Me to the Moon
International professional experience