Following the success of the first three events, this year the European Vietnamese Documentary Film Week will be hosted by National Documentary and Scientific Film Studio of Vietnam from 8 to 18 June in Hanoi and by Fafilm Vietnam from 15 to 24 June in Danang.
A series of cultural and intellectual events will take place in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City during May as part of the 2012 European Days in Hanoi.
The Gleaners and I, the multiple-award winning film by the renowned French documentary film maker Agnes Varda will be shown at 18:00 tomorrow May 4th at the Big Hall of Hanoi Goethe Institute, No. 56-58 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi.
To mark one year since the terrible earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disasters, Japan Foundation Center for Cultural Exchange in Vietnam is holding free Japanese movie screening at National Cinema Center, from March 16th to 17th, 2012.
Last week, the 7 Australian Television Guide started to make film about tour on river clean-up, fishing, plowing and rice planting in Hoi An, offered by the local tour operators.
In the early beginning of 2012, lovers of cinema, especially German cinema movies, are given chances to catch up with the development of contemporary movies in this country with the German movie festival held from 6 to 11 January 2012 at Goethe Institute in Hanoi.
To celebrate the 17th Vietnam Film Festival, Vietnam Department of Cinema and National Cinema Center will co-host a movie week from December 2nd to 8th, 2011.
To celebrate the 40th year of diplomatic relationship between Vietnam and Denmark, the Embassy of Denmark is putting on the Denmark movie Week.
This October and November, audience in Hanoi and Danang will be deeply soaked in love with the love stories coming from Japan at Japanese Film Festival 2011, brought about by The Japan Foundation Center for Cultural Exchange in Vietnam.
For the first time in its 10 year journey, Hanoi will host the international 48 hour film project. It will be the second time Ho Chi Minh city has participated.
A series of films about dance will be screened to honor famous choreographers and dancers such as Philippe Decoufle, Jacques Garnier, Jean-Claude Galotta, Carolyn Carlson, Maguy Marin, Dominique Bagouet and somehow bring them closer to Vietnamese audiences.
Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City will welcome the film festival on 18 September and 25 September at Chez Xuan and Yoko Bar respectively
From 16th September, German Film Festival in Vietnam will start off in Hanoi, Hai Phong, Hue, Da Nang, Ho Chi Minh City and Can Tho.
The second Vietnam’s online short film festival called YxineFF will take place from September 30th to December 12th at www.yxineff.com.
BBC (UK) has just sent a dispatch to the Quang Binh Provincial People’s Committee and its Department of Foreign Affairs for permission to make a documentary about Son Doong Cave, which has been recognized as the largest cave in the world.