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Nation set for tea-time TV

Viet Nam’s tea drinking culture will take centre stage in a 40-episode television series to be broadcast on HTV7 channel.


Brazilian films to screen in Ha Noi

A week of Brazilian films kicks-off this Friday at the National Cinema Centre.


Top 10 movie flops of the decade

Movie flops aren't just about losing money. Yes, big budgets that go bust are one consideration. But flops are also about lofty expectations dashed and high profiles brought low. They trigger embarras [ … ]


99 films nominees for Golden Lotus Awards

A scene from The Vietnam Cinema Administration has announced 15 feature films will compete for the Golden Lotus Awards at the 16th Vietnam Film Festival in HCM City.


What’s in a vase

A still from the Danish -Vietnamese mini-series Manh ghep cuoc doi (Porcelain)  	 Piracy, prosperity and a Vietnamese love story present the history of a porcelain vase on Piracy, prosperity and a Vietnamese love story present the history of a porcelain vase on display at a Dutch museum.

James Cameron’s Avatar to hit nation’s 3D screens

Vietnamese fans are in for a new cinematic experience with the screening of James Cameron's science-fiction epic Avatar this month at the country's first ever 3D cinemas in HCM City and Ha Noi.

Dung dot to be screened at 14 US universities

The award-winning film Dung dot (Don't burn) by director Dang Nhat Minh will be screened at 14 US universities from this Wednesday onwards.

Russian film week comes to Hanoi

Image: VietnamNet

A Russian film week will kick off on October 24 at the National Film Center, Hanoi, marking the 92nd anniversary of the Russian October Socialist Revolution.


Dustin Nguyen favorite actor at Chinese film fest

Dustin Nguyen on Friday was named as the favorite international actor at the biannual Golden Rooster and Hundred Flowers Film Festival in China on Friday.


“Don’t Burn” to represent Vietnam at Oscar 2010

Don't Burn recently won the Audience Choice Award at the Fukouka Film Festival in Japan.

Senior director Dang Nhat Minh's "Dung Dot" or "Don't Burn" has been selected as Vietnam's representative for the Oscars in 2010.

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