Two movies about legendary musician Trinh Cong Son, entitled “Em va Trinh” (Trinh and I) and “Trinh Cong Son”, will be released at the same time on June 17, 2022, the producer has announced.
Chair of the National Assembly Committee for Culture and Education Nguyen Dac Vinh said the examination agency has agreed to apply a post-examination mechanism for films popularized in cyberspace.
“Bo Gia” (Dad, I’m sorry), by directors Tran Thanh and Vu Ngoc Dang, was honoured as the Best Feature Film at Golden Kite Awards 2020 which was held by the Vietnam Cinema Association (VCA) in Hanoi on December 22.
“Chiếc xe tải của bố”, known as “My father’s truck” in English, by Brazilian director Mauricio Osaki will represent Vietnam at the 72nd Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale).
The 26-minute documentary ‘The Eternal Springtime’ by Vietnamese director Viet Vu has met the criteria for the 2022 Academy Awards (Oscar) nominations for best documentary (short subject).
Actress Nhung Kate will travel to Hungary to act in “The Continental”, a prequel to the John Wick series.
Online distribution is becoming a global trend for the movie industry, particularly during the time when people are forced to stay at home due to COVID-19.
Representatives of businesses operating in the field of film and television programs have sent a dispatch to the Prime Minister to ask for the government’s permission to resume operations in the new situation.
‘Vi’ (Taste), the award-winning movie by direct Le Bao, has been officially banned in Vietnam by the Cinema Department because of 30 minute nudity scenes.
Bố Già (Dad, I’m Sorry), a Vietnamese film produced by TRẤN THÀNH TOWN, will be distributed in cinemas in the US and Australia on May 28 after its premiere in Malaysia and Singapore on April 22.
Vietnamese actress Hoang Thi Bich Phuong has been raking in the plaudits for her performance in the film Tình Yêu Vô Hình (Invisible Love).
“Vi” (Taste) by director Le Bao is the only Vietnamese movie to join the 71st Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale), which takes place in two stages, from March 1 to 5 and from June 9 to 20, 2021.
Although the Vietnamese film industry experienced plenty of ups and downs in 2020 due to the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, there are fresh hopes moving into the new-year.