Taking the top prize at the 2013 Taipei Film Awards, Shen Ko-Shang's documentary delicately chronicles the relationship of a 50-year-old man and his autistic 30-year-old son. The two have only each other but they can barely communicate. Persevering through the frustrations and sacrifices, the father strives to connect with his son and show his art to the world. Intimate and observant, A Rolling Stone delves into their daily lives and difficulties while maintaining a respectful distance. One of Taiwan's promising new-generation filmmakers, Shen has directed many well-traveled documentaries and shorts including Baseball Boys and segments in the10+10 and Taipei Factory omnibuses.