Yu-Ting Feng comes from an island nation called Taiwan and now lives in Manhattan, another island. She has a BA from Yuan Zen University of Taiwan, and a diploma from the Chinese Film Association. She is trained as a filmmaker, with an academic background in communications, technology and art.
She worked with a number of international non-profit and art-related organizations and participated in events such as Reduce the Digital Divide in Africa, India, and Nepal; Post-Actitud Exhibition in Mexico; International Folk Festival in Italy; and off Avignon Festival in France. Her works have screened at film festivals in Tokyo, Beijing, Kaohsiung and Taipei. Yu-Ting is also the co-founder of IMoviee.com and 5406 Ltd.. Additionally, she has taught at both national and private universities. Her script “Seven Days After A Son’s Death” won Best Screenplay Award in Taiwan in 2012. Yu-Ting is currently a senior at Tisch School of the Arts’ Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at New York University, where she focuses on non-traditional interactive storytelling, specifically works that evoke poetic moments in public spaces.
馮鈺婷，元智大學資傳系畢業，以畢業製作《背光》獲得 2009 年高雄電影節最佳劇情片跟第八屆北京電影學院國際學生影視作品展，次年 (2010) 獲得公共電視及麥當勞兒童之家贊助，拍攝追生命的孩子三段紀錄影片中的第三段《心跳戰士》，並入圍兒童影展觀摩影片，作品於公共電視，八大電視播出，2012年以劇本《死後七日》獲得一百年度行政院新聞局優良劇本獎，創作游走於 MV、廣告、劇情片、紀錄片及互動藝術之間，主張創作沒有一定形式，只需找到屬於他們的樣子，現為紐約大學互動電信研究所(NYU itp)研究生，專注於新媒體藝術與影片的交互應用。
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