Temple’s MFA thesis film is a Platinum Remi Award winner at the 47th Worldfest-Houston

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Maquette 1:1000 directed by Doris Chia-ching Lin (’12 MFA), a FMA Temple University’s alumnus is a Platinum Remi Award winner at the 47th Worldfest-Houston. WorldFest is one of the oldest and largest film & video competitions in the world, it was founded over 50 years ago as Cinema Arts, an International Film Society in August, 1961. WorldFest became the third competitive international film festival in North America, following San Francisco and New York.

The short film tells the story of a Taiwanese young architect’s self-awareness through the observation of two difference cities. Impacted by the cultural shock in the foreign environment of the West, Lan Lin makes her decision as she is again facing the same experience, unexpected pregnancy. Having the space-sensitive mind of an architect, she also reconstructs her artistic faith in her career within this extraordinary journey.  The film is Lin’s thesis film at Temple UniversityMaquette 1:1000 is also a finalist of the Jury Award (short film) at LA Asian Pacific Film Festival. It was screen on May 3rd in Los Angeles. 

Doris Chia-ching Lin is a filmmaker, multimedia artist and set designer from Taiwan. Her work explores multimedia arts. Check more information about her, please visit her website here.

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