Nearly 10,000 employees face mass layoffs as cinema firms are on the verge of bankruptcy
The same fault-finding scrutiny in censoring Vietnamese films is not applied to foreign movies
At home ‘Furie’ also established an all-time box office record
Local movie goers previously stated that the movie’s ending scene implied a wrong message about the East Vietnam Sea
The final scene does not appear to be relevant to the rest of the film
Are dark movies the truest form of cinematographic art?
A multiplex cinema chain from South Korea has inaugurated a new system dedicated to showing artistic films created by young and independent Vietnamese filmmakers at tempting discounts
"American Hustle" stars Amy Adams and Jennifer Lawrence took early prizes at the Golden Globes, while cult TV show "Breaking Bad" won honors on the small screen.
“One of my agents once told me that I don’t make films for money, I make films because I love making films,” the Academy-Award winning documentary filmmaker talked to Tuoi Tre News in a recent working trip to Vietnam.
To rejuvenate “cai luong” (southern folk music and stage performance) and revive audiences’ waning interest in the genre, the Hanoi Cai luong Theater recently kicked off a project to fuse the traditional genre with motion pictures.
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- 3,000 foreigners to be permitted to enter Ho Chi Minh City for work
- Indonesian, initially positive for COVID-19, comes out negative in conclusive test in Vietnam
- Black panthers suspected of entering residential area in southern Vietnam
- Video shows woman dumping garbage on Vietnam beach, taunting onlooker
- Vietnam to conduct human trial of COVID-19 vaccine
- Vietnam prolongs automatic extension of temporary residence permits for stranded foreigners through July
- Vietnam in Western cinema: Lack of identity in the gaze of foreign directors
- Seven jailed for over 32 years in total for poisoning pine trees in Vietnam
- Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News – July 1