06/02/2014Culture - Sports Vietnamese film to open Berlin Panorama A Vietnamese film, entitled Nuoc 2030 (Water 2030), will be opening the Berlin International Film Festival's Panorama selection for the first time, dtinews.vn website reported. 28/02/2012Culture - Sports German film fest chief visits HCM City Heinz Hermanns, director of Interfilm Berlin, who visited HCM City recently to talk to Vietnamese students about making short films, wants to see more Vietnamese shorts at his festival. 12/02/2012Culture - Sports Berlin festival to show local film The movie Hot Boy Noi Loan, Cau Chuyen ve Thang Cuoi, Co Gai Diem va Con Vit (Lost in Paradise) by director Vu Ngoc Dang will be screened at the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival on February 9-19 in Berlin. 14/07/2009Culture - Sports Festival spotlights best Vietnam movies Hanoi Cinematheque is hosting a special Vietnam on Film summer festival featuring the best of the countryâs movies and foreign … [Read more...] about Berlin International Film Festival Vietnam+ (VietnamPlus)
Cannes short film festival 2016
Viet Nam News Future Shorts, the largest short-film network in the world, will present the best local and international short films at Saigon Outcast on June 24. The screening programme will feature acclaimed works, including 2016 BAFTA-winning short animation Edmond directed by Nina Ganzt, and drama Leidi by director Simon Mesa Soto, awarded Short Film Palme d'Or at 2014 Cannes Film Festival. It will include works by Vietnamese directors like Down the Stream by Mai Huyền Chi and Tạ Nguyên Hiệp, and The Funeral Singer by Thanh Hoàng. The film screening will begin on 7pm at 88/1 Nguyễn Văn Hưởng Street in District 2. Tickets are VNĐ80,000 and VNĐ50,000 for students. Admission is free for filmmakers. VNS … [Read more...] about Future Shorts film festival returns
Film's director Régis Wargnier, who won an Oscar for best foreign language film for “Indochine” in 1992, attended the event. Photo by VnExpress Cheering fans have plenty to be excited about at the ongoing movie event. Vietnam’s A-listers along with filmmakers and actors from around the world are taking to the red carpet in the capital for the fourth Hanoi International Film Festival (HANIFF). The festival features significant changes from previous years under the theme “Cinema – Integration and Sustainable Development”. A total of 146 films from more than 40 countries will be screened, including a re-release of "Indochine", filmed in Vietnam and starring French cinema queen Catherine Deneuve, who is in town for the event. Some are hoping the event will breathe life into Vietnam's movie industry - still in its infancy and mostly unknown, even on home soil. To bring the festival closer to the public, event organizers have decided to … [Read more...] about What’s new at the fourth Hanoi International Film Festival?
Hanoi (VNA) – The fourth Hanoi International Film Festival (HANIFF), themed “Cinema-Integration and Sustainable Development”, began on November 1 in Hanoi. Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam, Former Deputy Prime Minister Pham Gia Khiem and representatives of departments and agencies as well as directors and artists attended the opening ceremony. The HANIFF 2016 aims to honour excellent cinema, talent and encourage a co-operative spirit between movie-makers for the development of cinema. The festival’s categories were expanded to include all countries and territories, helping Vietnamese cinema integrate into the international cinema market, said Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Nguyen Ngoc Thien, who beat a gong to open the event. It will also help promote Vietnam to international friends and foster development of other sectors, especially tourism and services, he added. The organisers selected 146 films among 550 entries from 43 countries and … [Read more...] about Int’l film festival kicks off in Hanoi
And the award goes to... Movies from around the globe are up for prizes in the capital. Two Vietnamese films have made it onto a shortlist of 12 to vie for Best Picture at the Hanoi Film Festival, along with many big international award winners. “Remember”, a Canadian drama thriller about an old man with dementia going in search of the person responsible for the death of his family, is a strong candidate for the top award at the fourth Hanoi Film Festival. The movie won at the Canadian Screen Awards 2016 for original screenplay and its director Atom Egoyan was nominated for best director at the Vancouver Film Critics Circle 2016 and the Golden Lion at last year’s Venice Film Festival, the world’s oldest film festival. French drama “Marguerite” set in Paris in the 1920s about a rich music lover woman also made the list. The movie also received a Golden Lion at last year’s Venice festival for its director Xavier Giannoli, and won several … [Read more...] about Venice nominees vie for Best Picture at Hanoi Film Festival