Update news vietnamese movies
Vietnamese actress Kim B of Dem toi ruc ro (The Brilliant Darkness) won the title "Best support actress” at the ASEAN International Films Festival & Awards (AIFFA 2023) that took place from August 2-4 in Kuching island, Sarawak, Malaysia.
Head of the Cinema Department Vi Kien Thanh says that the award of VND80 million for screenwriters is not a low level of money in the current conditions.
“Once upon a bridge in Vietnam”, a documentary detailing the classical music genre in Vietnam, kick-started Festival of Music (La Fête de la Musique) 2023 in Forum des Images cinema in Paris, France, on June 19.
“Supermarket Affairs” by Vietnamese director Nguyen Luong Hang is one of the four candidates from Southeast Asia competing at the ongoing Palm Springs International ShortFest, the largest film festival for short films in the US.
A TV series about Vietnamese fairy tales produced by Xuan Phuoc Studio, a private film company from HCM City, has attracted millions of viewers on YouTube.
The movie “Bên Trong Vỏ Kén Vàng” (Inside the Yellow Cocoon Shell) by Vietnamese director Pham Thien An, which won the Camera D'or award at the Cannes Film Festival, is being screened in several cinemas across Paris.
Vietnamese-French filmmaker Tran Anh Hung won the best director prize at the 76th Cannes International Film Festival for "La passion de Dodin Bouffant" (The Pot-au-Feu) on May 27.
Following on from its global premiere on May 24 at the Directors Fortnight section of the Cannes Film Festival, Vietnamese movie “Ben Trong Vo Ken Vang received a five-minute standing ovation from audiences.
The French Embassy in Vietnam is set to assist two Vietnamese representatives to participate in Marché du film de Cannes, one of the largest film markets in the world which will run during the Cannes Film Festival from May 16 to May 24.
The movie Nha ba Nu (Mrs. Nu’s Family) directed by Tran Thanh was honored with the highest awards at the first Da Nang Asian Film Festival (DANAFF) 2023 which ended at Trung Vuong Theater in the central coast city of Da Nang on May 13.
Vietnamese director Ha Le Diem's film Những Đứa Trẻ Trong Sương (Children of the Mist) has won Best Asian Film at the first Da Nang Asian Film Festival.
Independent data site Box Office Vietnam reports that as of May 7, the new box office hit Lật Mặt 6: Tấm Vé Định Mệnh (Face Off 6: The Ticket of Destiny) by filmmaker Ly Hai had earned over VNĐ200 billion after two weeks in theatres.
"A Tourist's Guide to Love" - a Hollywood movie filmed mostly in Vietnam – has ranked first on the global Top 10 of Netflix.
Picturesque scenes of the nation in the recent film “A Tourist’s Guide to Love” by Rachael Leigh Cook are being featured on a billboard in Times Square in New York in the United States as part of a promotion campaign taking place around the world.
International and local cast and writer of A Tourist’s Guide To Love reunited in HCM City on April 20 to celebrate the film’s release.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST) has released Circular 05/2023 on the criteria and display of film classification, effective May 20.
“Những đứa trẻ trong sương” (Children of the Mist) and “Nhà bà Nữ” (The house of no man) have made it to the list of movies which will premiere at the Asian Film Festival (DANAFF) 2023 during the debut event held from May 9 to May 13 in Da Nang.
The latest movie produced by Vietnamese/French director Tran Anh Hung has been named among the official selection of Golden Palm Awards at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival.
“578 Phat dan cua ke dien” (578 Magnum) has been invited to the 45th Moscow International Film Festival, which will take place in Russia from April 20 to 27.