Cheng Wei-hao was born in 1984. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Department of Advertising & PR, Fu Jen Catholic University and a master’s degree from Department of Motion Picture, National Taiwan University of Arts. He is an iconic director of police crime action from the generation born in the 1980s. His first short film You Are Not Alone won the award for Outstanding Asian Student Film at the International Student Film and Video Festival of Beijing Film Academy in 2008 and the award for Best New Director at South Taiwan Film Festival. It was nominated for best short films in the DV category at the 31st Golden Harvest Awards and at the 16th Beijing College Student Film Festival. His second short film, the crime thriller Real Sniper, was selected for the Global Chinese Vision section at the 2009 Golden Horse Film Festival and was nominated for Best Short Film at South Taiwan Film Festival and Golden Harvest Awards. It also won the Industry Award for Short at the 2010 Taipei Film Festival and was nominated for Best Short Film at Asia Pacific Film Festival. His third short film, mockumentary The Death of a Security Guard, won Best Short Film at the 2015 Taipei Film Festival, award for excellence in the General category at Golden Harvest Awards, and Taiwan Award at Kaohsiung International Short Film Competition. His first feature film, The Tag-Along, opens on November 27 in Taiwan. His second feature drama Who Killed Cock Robin was released on March 31, 2017.
International professional experience