Shen Keshang, director of Taiwanese film and advertising, and adjunct lecturer in the Department of Film, National Taiwan University of Arts. In 1999, he graduated from the Director Group of the Film Department of National Taiwan University of Arts. In the same year, he won the Golden Horse Award for Best Short Film in the short film competition at the Cannes Film Festival in France. Later, with the poetic and strong critical spirit of "The Triangle of Silence", he won the Golden Spike Award for Best Experimental Film, the Asian Rookie Unit of the Yamagata Film Festival in Japan, the Taipei Film Festival and many other film festivals.
In 2003, he was nominated for the Golden Bell Award for Best Photography with "Lifetime Events". In 2006, he directed the documentary "Racing Pigeons" produced by the National Geographic Channel, and was shortlisted for the Documentary Biennale Taiwan Award and Golden Bell Award for Non-drama Best director in the category.