‘Papa Fuji’s Unexpected Journey’ Wins Golden Horse Film Project Market Grand Prize

“Papa Fujii’s Unexpected Journey,” a film project about a Japanese man’s attempt to understand his dead daughter’s life in Taiwan was named as the grand prize winner at the 2012 edition of the Golden Horse Film Project Promotion event. It wins a NT$1 million ($36,000) prize.

Prizes were announced on Wednesday evening at a ceremony as part of the ongoing Golden Horse Film Festival (Nov. 11-28, 2021). The Golden Horse Film Awards, often regarded as the most important for Chinese-language cinema, will be announced on Saturday (Nov. 27).

“Unexpected Journey” is to be directed by Hou Chi-jan, a writer-director and cinematographer best known for his 2012 film “When a

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