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Grad Student Wins Golden Bell Award

Shao-Ting Chang winning a Golden Bell

Shao-Ting Chang winning a Golden Bell

Screen Scoring Graduate Student Shao-Ting Chang has received the Golden Bell Award for Best Music/Sound Design on the film Bite (最後一次溫柔), directed by Ray Wu and co-produced by Magic Hour Film Co. and Public Television Service in July, 2018.

The Golden Bell Award is an annual Taiwanese television production award presented in October each year.  Founded in 1965, the award is Taiwan’s equivalent of an Emmy Award. It is also one of the three major annual awards presented in Taiwan, along with the Golden Melody Awards for music and the Golden Horse Film Festival and Awards for movies and films. This year marks the 54th year of the Golden Bell Award.  Bite (最後一次溫柔) is a horror/romance movie in which a bickering elderly couple tries to survive the zombie apocalypse as a viral outbreak sweeps across Taiwan. The film was initially screened at the Taipei Film Festival in July, 2018, before being shown regularly on PTS.