Zhu Yudong

Zhu Yudong (Chinese朱昱东pinyinZhū Yùdōng; born May 16, 1974) is a Chinese director, screenwriter and lecturer.

Zhu  is mainly responsible for the filming of documentaries in the field of humanities and cultures.

My History

Zhu Yudong was born in Wuxi, Jiangsu Province in China. He started to study painting at high school. In the year of 1992, he was enrolled to the Department of Fine Arts at Nanjing University of the Arts, majoring in the disciplines of Fine Arts. He received a bachelor's degree in the Fine Arts four years later. In the year of 2000, Zhu was accepted by the Departments of Directing at Beijing Film Academy and started his Master's Program in drama directing. He graduated with a master's degree in Directing in the year of 2003. Later that year, he got allocated to the Science & Education of Programming Center of China Central Television (CCTV) and he has been working there ever since. Between the year of 2003 and 2007, Zhu also took up the position as a part-time lecturer to the Central Academy of Drama, where he was mostly involved with the teaching of the disciplines of directing .





Zhu Yudong won the Best Screenplay at the Annual Taiwan Government Information Office of Executive Yuan Excellent Screenplay Award for his screenplay The Other.

Zhu Yudong's screenplay Da Vinci's Boy won the Prize of the Best Screenplay of Governmental Support at the Annual Xia Yan Cup State Administration of Radio, Film, and Television Screenplay Award.

Zhu Yudong's first novel The Other has just been published in its English translation by the American Publisher Boulevard Books.

Zhu Yudong won the Prize of the Best New Concept Screenwriting at the San Francisco International New Concept Film Festival for his screenplay Rescue as a co-writer.

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