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Vietnamese movie to compete at 6th GUKIFF

The Vietnamese film Ở Đây Có Nắng (Here Comes The Sun) will compete at the 6th Seoul Guro International Kids Film Festival 2018 (GUKIFF) from May 10 to 17.

 

Comedy movies shine at cinemas

Siêu Sao Siêu Ngố (Super Star Super Silly) is one of four Vietnamese movies being released during Tết, which are the lion’s share of domestic productions in the nation’s movie mark [ … ]

   

'Co Ba Sai Gon' up for awards at Osaka Asia Film Festival

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The renowned Vietnamese romantic-comedy Co Ba Sai Gon (The Tailor) will compete in two categories at the Osaka Asia Film Festival being held from March 9-18.

   

Vietnam Television registers the copyright of TV programme

The copyright of the country’s most-anticipated TV show at the end of the year, Gặp Nhau Cuối Năm – Táo Quân (Year-end Rendezvous – Kitchen Gods), has been registered by Vietnam Te [ … ]

   

Russia-Việt Nam love stories to hit small screen

Beautiful sights of Russia during four seasons promise to charm Vietnamese audiences when the serial Tình Khúc Bạch Dương (Love Stories in the Land of Birch) is broadcast.

   

FVH to screen ’Lost and Found’

The Friends of Vietnam Heritage will host a film night on January 25, presenting the movie Của Rơi (Lost and Found) by director Vương Đức.


   

Documentary highlights role of storks

A documentary film about Asian openbill storks eating snails won the Green Việt Nam Award at the sixth National Environmental Festival Film, the organisers said on Tuesday morning in Hà Nội. [ … ]

   

'Colours of Japan' celebrate ties with small screen tour

Việt Nam National Television (VTV) will air a documentary series entitled Colours of Japan on January 19, kicking off a range of activities to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the [ … ]

   

Youth channel aims at digital natives

Việt Nam Television’s channel 6 (VTV6, the youth channel) has become a site for digital natives, especially those born between the years 1985 and 2000.

   

Japanese film week in Đà Nẵng to screen 11 movies

Eleven Japanese films will be screened at the Lê Độ Cinema in the Đà Nẵng from January 5-7 and 13-14 as part of an annual cultural exchange programme between Japan and the central city.&nbsp [ … ]

   

Le Petit Prince to be screened at L’Espace

Le Petit Prince – the first-ever animated feature film adaptation of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s iconic 20th century masterpiece - will be screened at French Cultural Centre L’Espace, 24 Tràn [ … ]

   

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