I. To promote non-profit screenings and academic activities of Taiwanese films, Taiwan Cinema Toolkit (TCT) has accumulate dover 180 films on DVD since its inception in 2013. From 2016, TCT beganproviding high-quality formats such as DCP and Blu-ray to screening organizers.TCT also supports public screening fees for some high-quality format screeningsat medium-sized or above screening events.
II. To apply for TCT, please first chooseyour screening format. Terms and conditions are as follows:
i. Most of TCT’s DVD materials are only available for screening when the event is co-organized with Taiwan's representative offices. Please contact your nearest office to check the film’s availability. Application can be made via the Taiwan representative office 20 business days prior to the day of screening, or by emailing TCT: .
ii. Each application allows up to 5 freescreenings. Depending on the budget, TCT may fully cover or subsidize the approved application’s public screening fees. If the applicant wishes to hold morescreenings, or if TCT is under constrained budget, the applicant will cover the screening fees.
iii. Applications for 3 TCT DVDs from Central Motion Pictures Corporation—Pushing Hands (1991), Dust in the Wind (1986), and Jump Ashin!(2011) —need to be made 20 business days prior to the day of screening. Only upon receiving an affirmative response from TCT may the film be loaned out.
iv. Kuei-Mei, aWoman (1985), Dust in the Wind (1986), Pushing Hands (1991),Rebelsof the Neon God (1992), Somewhere Over the Dreamland (2002),7Days in Heaven (2010), Monga (2010),Soul (2013), It Takes Two to Tango (2014), The Fourth Portrait (2010), When LoveComes (2010), Fantôme,où es-tu? (2010), Jump Ashin!(2011), and Partners in Crime (2014) can be provided with Spanish subtitles. Please specify if you would prefer to receive a Spanish subtitled version of the above.
b. Blu-ray and DCP
i. Not all TCT films have high-qualityformats. Please consult the TCT list for available high-quality format films,and send the application to firstname.lastname@example.org 45 days prior to the day of screening. We welcome screening proposals and plans.
ii. Each application allows up to 5 freescreenings. Depending on the available TCT budget, TCT may fully cover or subsidize the approved application’s public screening fees. Priority is given to the use of the currentyear’s Blu-ray and DCP line-up. If the applicant then wishes to hold further screenings, or if TCTis under constrained budget, the applicant will cover the cost of the screeningfees. Thus, applicants are advised to apply as early as possible for the bestchance of receiving screening subsidy.
III. Films should be returned by the designated time and shipping method. Depending on the budget, TCT may assist inpaying part of the shipping cost. Again, applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible if they wish to request shipping costs.
IV. ‘‘Taiwan Cinema Toolkit’’ logo or name should be displayed on the promotional materials for the screening event. After the screening, the applicant is required to fill in a screening report providing information on media coverage,audience attendance and at least 5 event photos, and email it to within 10 business days.
V. Notall TCT films can be screened in all areas. Please take note of theauthorization description of each film, including the authorization period.Applicants wishing to screen a film in formats not authorized to TCT or obtaincommercial usage should contact the film’s rights holder. For contact information, please visit official TCT website at toolkit.tfi.org.tw/en.
VI. TCT DVDs are not allowed to be duplicated, distributed, altered, edited, publicly transmitted, or broadcastpublicly on television.
For enquiries, please contact email@example.com or telephone at (+886) 2-2392-4243#355
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