Vietnamese documentary movie Singing from behind the Bars won the Best Asian Project award at Docs Port Incheon 2016, which was held in the Republic of Korea last month.
Two Vietnamese films will compete for titles at the ASEAN International Film Festival and Awards (AIFFA) 2019.
Angoulême International Short Film Festival featuring movies from France and other movie industries of countries will take place at the Ho Chi Minh City College of Stage Performance and Cinematics on March 18.
French gastronomy will come into the spotlight with the screenings of documentary and feature films by young French directors during a film month scheduled for March 12-27 in Hanoi.
On September 20th , the celebrations of the 45th anniversary of Italy-Vietnam diplomatic relations will enter a new exciting phase.
PSNews – The Department of Department for Information and Communications under the Ministry of Public Security organized a meeting with leaders of Central press, publishing and film agencies on September 14.
The Vietnam Cinema Association on July 12 held a ceremony to hand over a documentary on President Souphanouvong’s relations with Vietnam to the Kaysone Phonvihane Museum in Vientiane.
A film on teen love, adapted from a novel by best-selling children’s author Nguyen Nhat Anh, will begin shooting this summer in HCM City.
PSNews – The juries of the 20th Vietnam Film Festival (VFF) have chosen 70 films to compete in the Festival, the Film Department announced on October 19.
PSNews-The French Cultural Center L'Espace will present a documentary film entitled “Mon Hanoi” (My Hanoi), created and edited by former French Ambassador to Vietnam Jean Noel Poirier on October 4 in Hanoi.
PSNews-As said by artist Linh Huyen, she has just been nominated as the Goodwill Ambassador of the 2018 EG3 Paris Film Festival.
PSNews – The Film Department stated that the Film Week to celebrate the 70th Day for Wounded Soldiers and Martyrs will be held from July 24-30.
Vietnamese film Father and Son, directed by Luong Dinh Dung, will compete and be screened at the 21st Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival (PÖFF).
PSNews-The 8th European-Vietnamese Documentary Film Festival 2017 will present documentary films from Vietnam and 10 European countries including Amy, the incredible story of six-time Grammy-winner Amy Winehouse, directed by BAFTA award-winning Asif Kapadia.
PSNew-The 8th Euro – Vietnam Film Festival gathers 31 documentary films, including 10 films from European countries, namely France, Belgium, Germany, Spain, Denmark, England, Sweden, Switzerland, Austria, Israel and 21 films of Vietnam.
PSNews-A delegation of Vietnam headed by the Cinema Department of Vietnam will join the Cannes for the first time with various activities to promote the image of Vietnam as a new destination for many “blockbusters”.
PSNews-The Cinema Department of Vietnam will cooperate with the France’s National Centre of Cinematography and Moving Image (CNC) and various companies, film makers, artists, producers to join the 70th Cannes.
“Đảo của dân ngụ cư” (The Way Station) also has won “Best Picture” as well as other important awards at the ASEAN International Film and Festival Awards.
PSNews-The Vietnamese Embassy in Greece in cooperation with Alkyonis Cinema in Athens held a free screening program to introduce the film “Viet Kostas”, featuring the just war of the Vietnamese army and people for national independence and freedom.
“Shakespeare Lives in Films” featuring best films adapted from Shakespeare’s works will be screened every Saturday from 8 October to 29 October in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. It is part of the global Shakespeare Lives programme launched by the British Council to celebrate 400 years since the death of the Bard of Avon.