ISU Indicates Fanaticism in Society with a Self-Produced Satire

“Dog Mask,” produced by the faculty members and students of the Department of Film and Television, is a satire rarely seen in student short film showcases. This film, released on Taiwan Public Television, fantasizes about what a society looks like when everyone is wearing a dog mask except a small group of elites.

“Dog Mask” was produced by the faculty members and students of the Department of Film and Television, and Hao-Yu Tai (second from right, front row) was responsible for the script and direction.

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