Encourage cultural and innovative arts

myfone Mobile Composition Award

  • myfone Mobile Composition Award gathered a total of 421,434 entries between 2007 and 2020
  • The winning teams were matched with various foundations to create films promoting public welfare, with a total of 43 films as of 2020
  • myfone Mobile Composition Award granted a total of NT$34,945,000 of prize money and NT$33,678,750 of grant between 2007 and 2019

With the evolution in technology and the shift in mobile compositions, the Mobile Composition Award started soliciting text compositions, original songs, original stickers and micro-film submissions. "Fearless" was chosen as the theme for the 2020 edition, encouraging creators to purge their thoughts, hold on to their original intention, and face the future with no fear. A total of 41,933 works were submitted, breaking the record during the pandemic. This shows the boundless creativity and the fact that creators were willing to show their care to the society through different medium.

In addition to offering award money, the Mobile Composition Award is dedicated to cultivating creators by integrating Group resources to provide exposure on commercial platforms for winning works, joining forces with the Foundation's i-Infinity project to match winning teams to film projects that promote public welfare, as well as offering audiovisual talents the opportunity to make it on stage with Dare to Dream.

Dare to Dream

  • TWM Dare to Dream 4.0 original musical short "The Bookstore After 10pm" received over a million views within 9 days
  • The theme song of "The Bookstore After 10pm," "Some Kind of Secret," ranked 37th on MyMusic single chart that week

TWM's 4th "Dare to Dream" supported Sean Li, the first person to win both the first prizes in the 12th micro-film project and the 7th ring tone competition of myfone Mobile Composition Award, in making his dream come true. The process took nearly two years with Wang Shaudi, the winner of the Golden Bell Awards, as a mentor and producer. The musical short features Darren Chiu and Janice Yan as protagonists to create the first original musical short in Mandarin, "The Bookstore After 10pm." The film went live on September 7, 2020, receiving over a million views on myVideo and Youtube within 9 days and excellent feedback. Many of the fantasy elements in the film have a distinctive look of the 5G era, crossing the border between reality and virtual reality with AR/VR to enter into the infinite imagination. This film is for everyone who has a dream to encourage them to Open Possible.