‘Ngoc Trinh’s outfit was improper, offensive and should be condemned’
Nguyen Hoang Diep, a young Vietnamese director, has shown up at the 2014 Cannes International Film Festival, which is ongoing in France until Saturday, to present her film project’s success and inspire young, aspiring directors.
“Lua Phat” (Once upon a time in Vietnam), which is made only to be screened at the Cannes, and “Duong dua” (Race tracks) have made their way to the 2013 Cannes Festival’s Marche du Film (Market of Films).
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“16:30”, a prize-winning 17-minute film by young local director Tran Dung Thanh Huy, will be screened at the 2013 Cannes Festival.
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