The Republic of Korea (RoK)-based ASEAN Culture House (ACH) is holding a film festival showing films from ASEAN countries including Vietnamese movie Hai Phuong (Furie).
Vietnamese movie “Rom” on October 12 won the “New Current” prize at the 24th International Busan Film Festival (BIFF) which is being held in the Republic of Korea.
Vietnamese movie Nguoi Vo Ba (The Third Wife) won the Special Mention prize at the Bangkok ASEAN Film Festival, which took place in Thailand from July 3-8.
Vietnamese movie “Co Ba Sai Gon” (The Tailor) was recently screened in the UK on the occasion of the ASEAN Film Festival, which took place in London from May 21-25.
Hai Phuong landed US distribution rights from Well Go USA Entertainment, and has been played in 28 cities in America and Canada since March 1.
VOV.VN - Dao cua dan du cu (the Way Station) directed by Hong Anh has won three awards for best film, best leading actor and best director of photography at the ASEAN International Film Festival and Awards in Malaysia.
“Vo ba” (The Third Wife), a Vietnamese film by director Nguyen Phuong Anh and producer Tran Bich Ngoc, won the post-production and “Hong Kong to Cannes” awards at the 15th Hong Kong-Asia Film Financing Forum (HAF), which took place in Hong Kong (China) from March 13-15.
VOV.VN -Famous actresses Angela Phuong Trinh and Thanh Thuy, who are main casts of the Vietnamese movie “Taxi, Em Ten Gi?” (Taxi, what’s your name?), have been invited to the Cannes Film Festival, which will take place in May in France.
Vietnamese director Nguyen Phuong Anh’s movie The Third Wife has just won the Non-Hong Kong Project Award at the Hong Kong-Asia Film Financing Forum (HAF).
(VOV) -A Vietnamese movie Hoa Vang Tren Co Xanh (Yellow Flowers on Green Grass) won the Best Film title at the 2nd Silk Road International Film Festival held in Fuzhou city, China from September 22-26.
(VOV) -Thai actor Pak Narapat has arrived in Ho Chi Minh City to join the cast of the Vietnamese movie Valentines.
Vietnamese movie ”Pearls Of The Far East” has won two prizes at the 14th California Independent Film Festival in San Francisco city, USA.
The film “Bi, dung so!” (Bi, don’t be afraid) is in the running for the International Critics’ Week prize at this year’s Cannes Film Festival in May.