vietnam film industry
People in Iran in 2003 planned their meal times to avoid clashing with the showtimes of Korean film “Dea Jang Geum”. The same thing occurred in Vietnam when everything changed upon the release of “Ve nha di con” (Come home, my dear).
After a long hiatus due to social distancing rules, film crews have returned to the studio and are taking safety precautions during the “new normal” phase.
The Cinema Department, along with the country’s four largest cinema chains, CJ CGV VN, Galaxy Cinema, Lotte Cinema VN, and BHD Star Cineplex, held a workshop in Hanoi on September 21 to discuss ways to develop he local film industry
Several Vietnamese movies bought by foreign film distributors have been screened in different countries, paving the way for Vietnam’s cinema to penetrate the global market.
Dinh Thi Thanh Huong, Vice Chairwoman of Galaxy Media and Entertainment JSC, will be honoured with the “Distributor of the Year” Award at the CineAsia Awards Ceremony in Hong Kong in December 2019.
Actress and producer Ngo Thanh Van has been selected to be a judge at the New York Asian Film Festival 2019 (NYAFF), which takes place in New York from June 28 to July 14.
Fifty-seven percent of Vietnamese citizens favor action movies while 54 percent are fond of comedy, a recent survey shows.