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May 1, 2017

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Locally made rom-com to screen at Berlin Film Fest

TAIPEI, Taiwan -- The romantic comedy film set in Taipei and titled "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?" directed by Arvin Chen, has been included in the "Panorama" program of the 2013 Berlin International Film Festival.

The film will have its world premiere in the 63rd annual film festival that will run Feb. 7 17. It is part of a lineup of 31 fictional features from 23 countries that have been selected for the Panorama's main program to provide insights into contemporary world cinema production.

"Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?" starring Richie Jen, Mavis Fan, Stone and Kimi Hsia, is the second Mandarin feature film from Chen, a 34-year-old American of Taiwanese descent, following "Au Revoir Taipei," also a romantic comedy set in Taipei, which won the Best Asian Film Award from the Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinema at the 60th Berlin Film Festival.

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