Young local director Mai Vu was given the “Lights on Women Award” at the Cannes Film Festival 2022, with the prize honouring and highlighting the work of female filmmakers.
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).
Trại Hoa Đỏ (Red Flowers Farm), a TV series by Vietnamese-American director Victor Vũ, will be released on K+, a leading satellite digital television in Việt Nam, this year.
Amid a lack of quality movie scripts, the adaption of once-popular works is a vital solution for the country's cinema sector.
Audiences witnessed some successful movies in 2021 that broke the record as well as some projects that incurred financial losses in the Vietnamese film industry.
Vietnamese movie "Maika" will represent the country in the 2022 Sundance Film Festival which is scheduled to take place in the United States from January 20 to January 30, 2022, according to the film festival’s organisers.
Two Vietnamese films ‘1990’ and ‘Chìa khóa trăm tỷ’ will hit theaters during the Tet (Lunar New Year) holidays, in the hope of improving box office revenue after a gloomy 2021.
“Bo Gia” (Dad, I’m Sorry) has been chosen to represent Vietnam at the 2022 Oscars in the US.
A number of Vietnamese and Hollywood movies will be released during the festive season to attract audiences back to the cinemas.
Young Vietnamese director Ha Le Diem has been honoured in the Best Directing category at the 2021 International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam for her film Những Đứa Trẻ Trong Sương (Children of the Mist).
Mắt Biếc (Dreamy Eyes) by director Victor Vu won the top award, the Golden Lotus for Feature film, at the 22nd Vietnam Film Festival.
Several Vietnamese movies have consecutively participated in international film festivals in the last two months of this year.
Vietnamese director Huynh Tuan Anh won the “Best Director of the Year” award at the Asian World Film Festival (AWFF) for his movie “Phuong Khau” (The Emperor’s Gift) last weekend.
Documentary Những đứa trẻ trong sương (Children of the Mist) directed by Ha Le Diem will represent Vietnam at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) from November 17 to November 28.
Rừng Thế Mạng (Lost in the Jungle), a psychological thriller by Vietnamese filmmakers, will be in cinemas on December 31.
Filmmakers have reacted to a recent proposal by a NA Deputy to stop screening films or revoke licenses if artists in films commit ethical violations.
National Assembly (NA) deputies have proposed halting screening or removing licence for cinematic works whose artists violate political security ethics or language.