VOV.VN - The Vietnam-Republic of Korea Film Festival 2022 has been launched as part of activities getting underway to mark the 30th anniversary of diplomatic ties between the two countries.
The festival aims to boost the status of Asian cinema, promote cultural exchanges, and ramp up co-operation among filmmakers of the two countries through screening the latest films created by talented directors.
It is expected to provide an ideal venue for filmmakers to honour cinematographic works which boast a high artistic value and are rich in humanity and creativity, while simultaneously encouraging new talents and promoting land, people, and cultural characteristics of the two countries.
The films, include documentaries, sci-fi, animation, short films, and web dramas, are required not be political in any way.
They must be Vietnamese or Korean-language films produced by local and Korean cinema facilities and having never participated in any international film festivals previously.
A total of 10 outstanding Korean and Vietnamese films will be selected to progress to an awards ceremony due to take place on June 19 at CGV Nha Trang in Khanh Hoa province.
Entries must be sent via email to email@example.com and June 5 is the deadline for submission.