The program is part of social activities that CJ CGV has conducted since 2011 with the aim of bringing high quality cinematographic works to all people.
It has so far introduced many interesting films to more than 10,000 viewers across the country, especially mountainous areas.
Vuong Duy Bien, deputy Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism, said at the opening ceremony of the event in Lao Cai on December 19 that mountainous pupils at boarding schools will have an opportunity to watch high quality films and take part in other meaningful activities.
Dong Won Kwak, general director of CJ CGV Vietnam, said CGV will work closely with the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Department of Cinematography to help young talents nationwide become future leaders of the cinematography industry.
On the occasion, the organizing board presented 120 scholarships for disadvantaged pupils.