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Vietnam to tightly control dissemination of films online

According to the Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC), the legal framework has become sufficient to control dissemination of films online and provide on-demand cross-border broadcasting services by foreign businesses.

Korean action comedy banned in Vietnam because of too many violent scenes

The Roundup, a Korean action comedy that topped 10 million admissions in local theaters, will not be screened in Vietnam because of its violent scenes.

Bollywood: Coronavirus brings India's mega movie industry to standstill

India's Hindi film industry sees abandoned film sets, closed cinemas and movie stars with empty diaries

Stunt men and women the overlooked heroes of VN’s movie industry

 VietNamNet Bridge – They risk their lives for famous movie stars yet receive little recognition.

Private filmmakers are gambling on Vietnam

 VietNamNet Bridge – Producing films in Vietnam, for private filmmakers, is like flipping a coin. A filmmaker can make a lot of money or go bankrupt.

The 60-year journey of Vietnamese cinema

VietNamNet Bridge – During the past decade, the Vietnamese movie industry has witnessed considerable development with many private studios opening and audiences enjoying a more diverse range of films.

Vietnam’s movie industry marks 60th anniversary

VietNamNet Bridge – The National Cinema Department on March 7 announced various activities to mark the 60th anniversary of Vietnam’s revolutionary movie industry, established on March 15, 1953 via a decree signed by the late President Ho Chi Minh.

Vietnam's movie industry needs more time to develop

 VietNamNet Bridge – Almost one week after the second Ha Noi international film festival, movie lovers in Ha Noi have already stopped talking about it.