This year's World Pride took place in NYC and Taiwan was there to celebrate!
At GOL STUDIOS our mission is to help develop outstanding queer films.
As part of GagaOOLala, Asia's first LGBT streaming platform, our goal is to bring queer & bold stories further to the mainstream. We want to forge a community of diverse filmmakers to develop, finance and distribute films that will inspire a generation of storytellers.
Connect with other film professionals & find funding and resources for your project.Learn More
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In GOL Studios we believe in the power of mentorship. Key film industry experts will advise you along the process of creating your film. We hope their knowledge and experience will inspire you to reach new heights! Meet some of them:
Film director, screenwriter and producer known for her films Ang huling cha-cha ni Anita (2013) and Mr. & Mrs. Cruz (2018).
Documentary filmmaker. He is the director behind the multi-awarded Mr. Cao Goes to Washington (2012) and Out Run (2016).
Festival programmer, founder of the Q! Film Festival (Jakarta) and festival delegate for the Berlinale.
Film director, author of the megahits Night Market Hero (2011) and A Taiwanese Tale of Two Cities (2018).
Film author and festival darling. Plan B (2009), Hawaii (2013), Taekwondo (2016) are among his most well-known titles.
Director of Spider Lilies (2007), Drifting Flowers (2008) and The Substitute (2017). One of the most relevant queer authors in Asia.
Script writer and director of Au Revoir Taipei (2011) and Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow (2013).
Official delegate for Cannes Critics’ Week and founder of the Southeast Asia Fiction Film Lab.
Accomplished Filipino filmmaker. He has directed the GagaOOLala Originals, Tale of the Lost Boys (2017) and Queer Asia - Philippines (2018).
July 04, 2019
Jay Lin, GOL STUDIOS and GagaOOLala's CEO, brings the queer filmmaking ecosystem to Thailand, India and France.
July 01, 2019
Days after Taiwan legalized same-sex unions, KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival has unveiled its Taiwan-focused program
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