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Awards for TV movie writers

THE 1st TV Film Creative Competition, a new component of this year's Shanghai TV Festival, held its award ceremony yesterday in Yu Fashion Garden.

Ten out of 275 participants from all over China received the Excellence Award. Among them, "One Jump to Fame," "'Five High' Leftover Women" and "Keep the First Love" got the Most Creative Award.

"Under the Same Roof" by Zhou Hulin, which discusses the current value system in confrontation with materialistic gains, garnered the Netizen Choice Award.

Li Huandao, the writer of "'Five High' Leftover Women" is a middle school Chinese teacher, and got his ideas from observing some single female teachers in his office.

"My script examines the leftover women phenomenon in the current society of China and the pain these women go through in their situation," Liu said. "Some of them have taken the initiative to change their life and have succeeded."

The making of films TV has developed rapidly in China in the past 10 years. But with increasing demand due to the development of China's TV networks, the TV film industry is in great need of more creative film ideas and talents.

Aiming to promote the progress of TV movies in China, the competition seeks to provide a free and open platform for grassroots screenwriters to showcase and even realize their ideas.

The winning works have already been bought by television production companies and will be put into production in the future.


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