60 Years Of Onscreen Drama At The Shanghai TV Festival

The 24th Shanghai TV Festival, to be held from June 11th to 15th, will offer a variety of programs, including an international TV showcase, the Magnolia Awards for international television productions, the Magnolia TV Forum, an international TV market and NAB Show Shanghai.

 

 

Chinese mainland scriptwriter Liu Heping, best known for “All Quiet in Peking” and “Yongzheng Dynasty,” has been appointed the jury president of the TV series category.

 

 

This year marks the 60th anniversary of Chinese TV drama, so the festival will invite veteran producers, directors, actors, and TV critics to a themed workshop and a grand gala. Industry professionals from all over the country will look back on the development and achievements of domestic TV dramas over the past six decades.

 

 

Shanghai TV Festival Milestones

 

December 10th-16th, 1986: The week-long “Shanghai International TV Festival of Friendship Cities” was held in Shanghai.

 

 

November, 1992: For the first time, the documentary “Crossroads” selected by Shanghai Television Station won the Magnolia Award.

 

 

2002: Shanghai TV Festival and Shanghai International Film Festival began to be held at the same time every year.

 

June, 2008: Shanghai TV Festival added four special events, including the first College Student TV Festival.

 

 

2018: Today is the opening day of Shanghai TV Festival.

 

Editor: Lily