VOV.VN - After being suspended for a long period of time due to the threat from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), cinemas across the country are poised to resume operation from May 9.
To prevent the novel coronavirus from spreading, many entertainment venues in Vietnam have been closed, activities cancelled, placing artists in abeyance.
VOV.VN - Viewers at cinemas in Hanoi now have to follow strict guidelines when going to watch a movie, including wearing face masks and having their body temperature checked as a means of controlling the further spread of the novel coronavirus.
The black and white version of four-Oscar-award-winning film “Parasite” has hit Vietnamese screens since February 24, offering audience an intimate visual experience.
Vietnam’s retail market is growing at an annual rate of 10.9% in the 2013 – 2018 period, while most leading names in the market come from the Republic of Korea (RoK) and Japan, ranging from convenience stores, department stores to e-commerce.
“Abominable” – a fiction movie debuted in theaters in Vietnam in October 4 – has been withdrawn from cinemas nationwide due to containing China’s groundless nine-dash line which covers Vietnam’s Truong Sa (Spratly) and Hoang Sa (Paracel) archipelagoes.
More than 500 movies from nearly 50 countries and territories will be screened during the fifth Hanoi International Film Festival (HANIFF), announced Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports, and Tourism Vuong Duy Bien.
Here are some suggestions around Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City you should not miss this weekend.
Following are a couple of weekend destinations which might be of your interest.
Ho Chi Minh City as usual is always packed with exhilarating activities for weekend celebrations. Those still pondering where to relax this weekend should check out the following sites in the city.
The cinema market was estimated to have modest value of US$6 million in 2008, but the figure soared by 10 times in 2013 and exceeded the US$100 million threshold in 2015, according to CGV.
Ho Chi Minh City has a lot to offer, especially on weekends. Those still undecided over where to go this weekend should take a look at the following destinations.
Weekends in Ho Chi Minh City, as usual, promise numerous bustling activities at frequent venues.
Vietnamese blockbusters will be shown for free for a month at CGV cinemas nationwide.
Ho Chi Minh City boasts an abundance of recreational venues where those embracing a special love for Vietnamese culture can take a glimpse into the lifestyle and food culture of local people.
Those remaining undecided over where to go this weekend should consider the following sites in HCMC for entertainment, shopping and food.
The new Kong movie filmed in Vietnam is holding big promises for local tourism and Hanoi is going to have a part of it.
As Hollywood blockbuster ‘Kong: Skull Island’ dominates Vietnam’s box office on its opening day, its director, US filmmaker Jordan Vogt-Roberts, has a plan in mind to resettle in Ho Chi Minh City, where he will be working on a personal film project.
VOV.VN -CGV, a leading film distributor in Vietnam is making a two-minute video clip to introduce a number of beautiful landscapes in the central province of Quang Binh with the purpose of further promoting the locality’s tourism.
VOV.VN - More than 3,000 pupils at boarding schools in mountainous provinces of Lao Cai, Lai Chau and Dien Bien have had a chance to watch films for free under the framework of the ‘Cinematography for all 2016’ program launched by CJ CGV Company.