A still photo of the film "Late Autumn" featuring Tang Wei [Photo: 163.com]
Actress Tang Wei is set to attend the awards ceremony of the Taipei Film Festival as an award presenter on July 8, 163.com has reported.
Tang's newest film "Late Autumn," a co-production between South Korea and America, will premiere during the ongoing Taipei Film Festival on July 9.
Directed by Tae-Yong Kim, the flick is a remake of Man-hui Lee's 1966 classic work of the same name.
Starring Korean actor Bin Hyeon and the Chinese actress, the film is set in the American city of Seattle, and was shot over four months.
Tang won Best Actress for her role in "Late Autumn" at the 47th Annual Baeksang Arts Awards held on May 26 in Seoul, South Korea. She is the first-ever non-South Korean actress to win this title.
The 13th Taipei Film Festival opened on June 24 and will run until July 16.
By Liu Shuai
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