by Jessica Wan-yu LIN

HUANG Da-wang, a.k.a. Black Wolf or Yingfan-Psalmanazar, is a Taiwanese sound/performance artist known for being a "walking Wikipedia of music". Da-wang has developed a distinctive style of electronic noise and improvisation. His "Black Wolf Nakashi" show mixes music genres and combines his unique rapping, singing, and dancing. His performances are splendid, but he still sees himself as a loser.

This film follows him closely, observing the links between his daily life and creations while shuttling in the city with him, from bedroom to ruins, from sound to body.


2016 Taiwan International Documentary Festival - Taiwanese Competition
2016 Hong Kong Independent Film Festival
2015 Singapore International Film Festival - Asian Vision
2015 Taipei Film Festival - Special Jury Award


Running Time: 68 mins
Year of Completion: 2015
Director: Jessica Wan-yu LIN


Jessica Wan-yu LIN

Jessica Wan-yu LIN, an independent filmmaker, was born in 1984. She is now engaged in making art documentaries and video design. She often cooperates with sound art performers, choreographers, and theatre workers, including Shu-yi and dancers, Very Mainstream Studio, and Kandala Records. What she particularly concerned is about the arts and culture for a minority, and the different values of living. TPE-Tics is her first feature documentary.