Surpassing other nine finalists, "Bi, Khong So Nua" (Bi, No More Fear), a film by Ho Chi Minh City-based video production FGS, won the highest prize in 48 Hour Film Project Vietnam.
VOV.VN -A Vietnamese film titled ‘Bi mat cua gio’, or ‘Secrets of the Wind’ in English, made its world premiere at the 24th Busan International Film Fest (BIFF) on October 3.
VOV.VN -A Vietnamese film titled “Nhan Duyen: Nguoi Yeu Tien Kiep” is to be screened at a number of cinemas throughout the United States in December, according to film producer Quynh Chi.
Dinh Thi Thanh Huong, Vice Chairwoman of Galaxy Media and Entertainment JSC - a leading media and entertainment company in Vietnam, will be honoured with the “Distributor of the Year” Award at the CineAsia Awards Ceremony in Hong Kong in December 2019.
VOV.VN -A Vietnamese film “Mot khu dat tot” (Blessed Land) is among the nominations in the short film category at the 69th Berlin International Film Festival, which will be held from February 7-12 in Berlin.
VOV.VN - A number of local celebrities gathered in Ho Chi Minh City on February 28 for the debut of Vietnamese film “Nhung thang nam ruc ro” (The brilliant life).
Director Tran Buu Loc has brought his film “Co Ba Sai Gon” (The Tailor) to the 22nd Busan International Film Festival, which opened on September 12 in Busan city, the Republic of Korea.
The Vietnamese film “Dao cua dan ngu cu” or The Island of Aliens was presented during the Vietnam Night at the Cannes Film Festival that ran from May 17-22 in France.
VOV.VN - The film ‘Yellow Flowers on the Green Grass” directed by Victor Vu has been nominated to compete at the 89th Oscar held on February 26, 2017.
A Vietnamese film entitled “Cuoc Doi cua Yen” (Yen’s Life) directed by Dinh Tuan Vu will be screened during the fifth ASEAN film festival in the Prague, the Czech Republic, revealed the Organisation Board during a press conference on August 30.
Pham Ngoc Lan is a new face from the Vietnamese filmmaker community whose film is competing in the shorts category at the 66th Berlinale International Film Festival in Germany.
The Vietnamese film Dam me (Passion), directed by Phi Tien Son, was screened in Prague , the Czech Republic on September 12, wrapping up the five-day fourth ASEAN film festival there.
The Vietnamese film “Cha va con va…” (Big Father, Small Father and Other Stories) is among nominations for the best film at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival, which is being held from February 5 to 15 in German capital of Berlin.
Phan Dang Di's latest film will premiere at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale), becoming the first Vietnamese film to compete for the top prize at the film fest.
A Vietnamese film, entitled Nuoc 2030 (Water 2030), opened the Berlin International Film Festival's Panorama selection for the first time.
(VOV) - The Vietnamese Film Festival in Colombo, Sri Lanka was held for the second time from October 19-21.
A Vietnamese film on lesbianism was screened at the second Lifescapes Southeast Asian (SEAN) Film Festival, held in Chiang Mai, Thailand early this month.
About 67 contemporary feature and short films by Vietnamese directors and overseas Vietnamese will be screened throughout the United States between April 7 and 17 as part of the Vietnam International Film Festival.
The award-winning Vietnamese film “Trang noi day gieng” (Moon at the Bottom of the Well) is being screened at several prestigious US universities from March 26 to April 22 to introduce Vietnam’s diverse culture to American audiences.
Vietnamese film “Moon at the Bottom of the Well” is being screened at universities throughout the United State, including the University of New York, the University of Washington, the University of California-Berkeley and the University of Pennsylvania, from Mar. 25 to Apr. 20.