Locating by the Love River, Kaohsiung Film Archive (KFA) is the first art venue that promotes specifically film culture in southern Taiwan. Since November 3rd, 2002, KFA has organized film festivals, special screenings and exhibitions of various themes in order to encourage the public to absorb the art of film culture, and make the cinematic world as part of our lives. On the first floor you can find a salon along with film related publications and a merchandise areas where KFA holds exhibitions and symposiums. The second floor is equipped with a small screening room with 35 seats and individual screening spaces for 25 seats. On the third floor you can find the big screening room, which contains 137 seats and 2 handicapped seats. As for the outdoor area you can find the Star Plaza, the Avenue of Stars and Exhibiting Wall. KFA has now a collection of around 6,334 pieces of cinema relics and 6,106 volume of books in Chinese and foreign languages. Furthermore, it offers more than 20 types of journals and 7,372 films. KFA opens from Tuesday to Sunday to provide an excellent venue for the public alongside the Love River.