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Young people and students around the country are encouraged to participate in the HCM City Short Film Contest 2020, which was launched by the HCM City Cinematography Association with its partners this week. 

Northern actors go southwards

Many famed actors in the north have recently worked with film producers in the south on film projects, an encouraging sign according to many fans.

VN documentary scene will develop, says filmmaker

The 11th European - Vietnam Documentary Festival is being held by the European Union National Institutes for Culture and National Documentary and Scientific Film Studio from October 1 to 10.

Over 1,000 young filmmakers enter 48 Hour Film Project

More than 1,000 young filmmakers representing 126 teams are taking part in the “48 Hour Film Project” contest that has begun in HCM City.

European – Vietnamese Documentary Film Festival to be held in October

The 11th European – Vietnamese Documentary Film Festival will take place in Hanoi at the Vietnam National Documentary and Scientific Film Studio in Hanoi and the Hoa Sen University in Ho Chi Minh City, from October 1-11.

Film project on Queen Mother Duong Van Nga launched

A film project on Queen Mother Duong Van Nga, the first queen in Vietnam who was married to the emperors of the Dinh and Le dynasties, has been launched in HCM City. 

Web dramas secure spot in entertainment market

Drama series produced by local artists and uploaded online have attracted a significant number of viewers recently.

A star in the making

With roles like Paige Tico in Star Wars, Hanoi Hannah in Da 5 Bloods, and, most recently, Quynh in The Old Guard, alongside A-lister Charlize Theron, Ngo Thanh Van is fast becoming a rising star in Hollywood.

VN film productions prioritise safety amid pandemic

Many Vietnamese movies have seen their production or release postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Vietnamese film screening to celebrate August Revolution, National Day

Five Vietnamese films will be screened for free nationwide to celebrate the 75th August Revolution (August 19) and National Day (September 2) holidays.

Casting for film on Vietnamese history begins

Casting for Trưng Vương (She-Kings), the year’s biggest film project, has begun in HCM City.

Film on student violence released

A TV musical series about school violence fire ted by young filmmakers in HCM City has been released on the SCTV14 channel. 

Blockbuster 'Tenet' to be screened in Vietnam this August

Vietnam is among countries to screen Christopher Nolan's hotly-awaited sci-fi Tenet, which is the first film released internationally since the COVID-19 crisis.

Vietnam Film Festival may be held online

Filmmakers and experts told a conference in Hanoi yesterday that organising the Vietnam Film Festival online and building a "cinematic city" would help boost the festival's brand.

ASEAN Film Week 2020 underway in Da Nang

Eight feature films and a cartoon produced by ASEAN member countries are being screened in Hanoi, HCM City, and the central city of Da Nang until July 27 as part of ASEAN Film Week 2020.

Vietnamese movie kicks off ASEAN Film Week 2020

The movie “Hanh phuc cua me” (The Happiness of a Mother) was screened right after the opening of the ASEAN Film Week 2020 in Hanoi on July 18.


Hanoi International Film Festival postponed until next year

The sixth Hanoi International Film Festival (HANIFF VI), originally scheduled for this November, has been postponed until next year due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.


New Vietnamese web dramas come to YouTube

New web series produced by Vietnamese on YouTube are introducing international and domestic audiences to locally produced comedies and dramas.

Comprehensive strategy for Vietnam’s movies to go global: it’s now or never

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. 

Vietnamese film industry faces shortage of talents

As Vietnamese films grow in leaps and bounds, the lack of good-quality film-makers and crews is becoming more evident than ever.