Francophone Film Festival to be held in Vietnam

Under the collaboration of a group of embassies in Vietnam and the Francophone organization in Hanoi, the Francophone is going to be brought to Hanoi, Vinh, Hue and Ho Chi Minh City from March 15 to April 17, 2013.

Under the collaboration of a group of embassies in Vietnam and the Francophone organization in Hanoi, the Francophone is going to be brought to Hanoi, Vinh, Hue and Ho Chi Minh City from March 15 to April 17, 2013.

This year’s festival displays a wide range of films of different genres (films, documentaries, animations, etc) and from different countries: Belgium, Benin, Canada, Egypt, Morocco, Senegal, Switzerland and Vietnam.

Audience of Francophone Film Festival 2013 in Vietnam might not only enjoy excellent films at shocking prices in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City (VND 10,000 and VND 15,000 respectively), and free charged in Vinh and Hue, but also have chance to win valuable gifts such as digital cameras, MP4/MP3 reader, dictionaries, and many other interesting gifts.

Hanoi: 15 - 29 Mar 2013 at L’Espace and Cinematheque

HCMC: 19 Mar - 06 April 2013 at IDECAF

Vinh: 15 - 31 Mar 2013 at French Language Center of Vinh

Hue: 19 Mar - 17 Apr 2013 at Hue Knowledge Institution and the Institut Français

Please visit the official website of the event at: http://festivaldufilm.francophonie.org.vn/ for further information.

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