Least Make It Bigger. 03_caoyun and Her Sister Photo Credit: Provided by Taiwan International Documentary Film Festival Caoyun and Her Sister Q: What Was the Biggest Challenge During Filming? One of the Biggest Challenges Is the Language Barrier. My Way Is to Let Them Talk First, and Then Shoot If They Feel a Need or Want to Ask Something. I Will Pay Attention to Some Keywords Such as "ĐàI Loan", Which Is "Taiwan". When I Hear It, I Think It May Be Related to the Content of the Video, and I Will
Ask Caoyun What They Are Talking About Now. During the T-Shirt Design Filming in Vietnam, in Addition to Cao Yun's Sister, a Vietnamese Who Returned from Taiwan Also Assisted Us with On-Site Interpretation, but It Was Only a Rough Translation. I Think If You Can Learn Their Language, There Will Be More Precise Understanding. 1 2 » Read the Full Text Don't Want to Paginate? Try Our New Service You May Also Like [Tidf Interview] Director Su Yuxian of "Gongliao": the Collective of Migrant Workers Like Ghosts Has No Name, and We Have Never Really Contacted and Understood It. [Tidf Interview] Xu Zheyu, Director of "Made in the Scene":
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