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The First Annual 2017 Taipei Golden Eagle Micro-Movie Festival Date:2017-02-08
 
 
The Taiwan Academy of Corporate Sustainability (TACS) hosted the First Annual 2017 Taipei Golden Eagle Micro-Movie Festival and Awards Ceremony, January 17 at 10am at the Eslite Spectrum Song-Yan Store. The ceremony provided recognition to eight award winning enterprises. TACS President Dr. Eugene Chien and Director Khan Lee, the CEO of Encore Film, delivered opening remarks and presented awards. Among those present were executives from winning firms such as Mr. Te-You Chou, Chairman of Taipei Financial Center Corp. Event judges present included Taiwan Animation & Comic Creative Association and Taiwan Micro Film Creative Association Chairman Yu-Li Teng, renowned Director Ming-Chun Hsu, and HPE Associate Manager Christine Chiang. Among the distinguished guests present were EPA Sustainable Development Office Counselor and Executive Secretary-General Hui-Chen Chien, BSI President Peter Pu and Environmental Science Engineering Consultants Vice President Shu-Li Hsu. This year’s Awards recognized outstandings works in six major categories: Best Film, Outstanding Creative Film, Best Sustainable Innovation, Environmental Sustainability, Social Inclusion and Public Interest, and Corporate Governance. The winning firms and their entries are described in the following.
 
Acer Inc. won the Best Film Award for its “Making Dreams Possible”. The Outstanding Film Awards went to Shin Kong Life Insurance for “Grandma’s Lantern”, Taihsin Financial Holdings for “Dedication and Happiness” and the Taipei Financial Centre Corp. for the “Behind the Scenes of the Taipei 101 New Year’s Fireworks Show”.
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The Outstanding Creative Film Award went to Taihsin Financial Holdings for its film “Dedication and Happiness” and China Airlines with “Life in an Aircraft Maintenance Base”.  The Best Sustainable Innovation Award went to Acer Inc. for its film “Making Dreams Possible”. The Outstanding Sustainable Innovation Award  was shared by China Airlines with its ”Life in an Aircraft Maintenance Base“ and Cathay Holdings for its ”Corporate Sustainability Responsible Investment: Equator Principle(EP)”. The Best Social Inclusion and Public Interest Award went to Acer Inc. for its film ”Making Dreams Possible” . The Outstanding Social Inclusion and Public Interest Award went to both Taihsin Holdings for its “Dedication and Happiness” and to Fubon Financial Holding Co. for “Give a wish, build a future”. The Best Corporate Governance Award went to Eva Airlines for the film ”Safety because of me”. The Outstanding Corporate Governance Award went to Cathay Financial Holdings for its “Corporate Sustainability Responsible Investment: Equator Principle(EP)” and to China Airlines for ”Life in Aircraft Maintenance Base”. The Outstanding Environmental Sustainability Award went to two submissions by Cathay Financial Holdings, ”Corporate Sustainability Responsible Investment: Equator Principle(EP)” and ”Corporate Sustainability Responsible Product: Green Finance”.
 
        
Taipei Golden Eagle Micro-Movie Awards Festival Chairman Dr. Eugene Chien and Encore Films/Kham Films Director Khan Lee delivered congratulatory closing remarks to all the participating enterprises at the event. 
 
Taiwan Academy of Corporate Sustainability President Eugene Chien expressed his hope that as Micro-Movies have become a newly emerging online media tool, they serve as a convenient means to describe our history, stories, dreams and future plans, through all manner of electronic platforms to reach ever widening audiences with greater influence and public penetration. However, there are challenges unique to the micro-movie medium, in that length and other factors require skilled story-telling and production teams talent with cinematography, as each second must really count to move the story forward, and no second can be wasted if one is to express the full message of the micro-movie in its entirety. To encourage participating producers to deploy their richest professionalism and creative production efforts, these Awards have been named the Golden Eagle Awards, as the eagle represents the pinnacle and heights of grandeur. The Awards Festival aim to encourage participation of our distinguished guests and the public to enjoy the contributed micro-movies, thereby gaining a better appreciation of the contributions that Taiwan enterprises are making at fulfilling their corporate social responsibility. The judging included two panels focusing on Audiovisual and Cinematographic Techniques and Corporate Sustainability Significance with distinguished domestic Judges determining the award winning entries for this year’s competition, and the showing of winning entries in the Festival.   
 
Taiwan Academy of Corporate Sustainability President Eugene Chien expressed his hope that as Micro-Movies have become a newly emerging online media tool, they serve as a convenient means to describe our history, stories, dreams and future plans, through all manner of electronic platforms to reach ever widening audiences with greater influence and public penetration. However, there are challenges unique to the micro-movie medium, in that length and other factors require skilled story-telling and production teams talent with cinematography, as each second must really count to move the story forward, and no second can be wasted if one is to express the full message of the micro-movie in its entirety. To encourage participating producers to deploy their richest professionalism and creative production efforts, these Awards have been named the Golden Eagle Awards, as the eagle represents the pinnacle and heights of grandeur. The Awards Festival aim to encourage participation of our distinguished guests and the public to enjoy the contributed micro-movies, thereby gaining a better appreciation of the contributions that Taiwan enterprises are making at fulfilling their corporate social responsibility. The judging included two panels focusing on Audiovisual and Cinematographic Techniques and Corporate Sustainability Significance with distinguished domestic Judges determining the award winning entries for this year’s competition, and the showing of winning entries in the Festival.   
 
Following the Awards ceremony, there was an interdisciplinary moderated forum with speeches by Director Khan Lee and Prof. Yang Ku. The exchange considered the media professional perspective on micro-movies as a means of storytelling and enterprise promotion of corporate sustainable development, while also considering the view of sustainability experts on corporate sustainability practices. The forum lit the sparks for future sustainability innovation and creativity, but also afforded all present the opportunity to better appreciate how micro-movies and other multimedia platforms allow us a realization of the fruits of corporate sustainability and their stories. The forum was moderated by the Host of BCC’s “When Earth Gets a Fever”, Er-Hsiang Ling, and enjoyed lively audience participation, as everyone felt they had gained much from the discussion.
 
This First Annual Taipei Golden Eagle Micro-Movie Festival had 20 entries, and nine Award winners, with excellent quality among all the entrants. The theme of the works as well as their cinematographic presentation were both highly skilled and professional, leading to a strong competition process to select the winners. The Festival revealed the importance that Taiwan enterprises place on the creative use of the Micro-Movie medium to express the fact that their practical contributions to corporate sustainability and corporate social responsibility have already attained global standards. TACS will continue to host the next Taipei Golden Eagle Micro-Movie Festival, and anticipates registration to start in September 2017. We hope to use the persuasive power of Micro-Movies to encourage enterprises and their stakeholders to continue endeavoring to find multifaceted means of communication about their sustainable development and corporate social responsibility to convey their results and tell their unique stories, as they realize success at creative and innovative expression of their corporate sustainability, while working hand in hand with us to attain Taiwan’s corporate sustainable development.
 
 
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