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July, 31 2014 09:44:00

French film fest to visit four cities

HCM CITY (VNS)  — The annual Francophone Film Festival will be organised in Ha Noi, Hue, Vinh, and HCM City from March 11 to 29.

This year it will feature 11 films in various genres, including animation from Belgium, France, Guinea, Luxembourg, Romania, Switzerland, Chad, and Viet Nam.

The foreign movies will be dubbed in Vietnamese and the sole Vietnamese film will be subtitled in French.

The films will be screened from March 11 to 28 at L'Espace in Ha Noi, from March 12 to 29 at Idecaf in HCM City, from March 11 to 28 at the Centre de la Francophonie in Vinh, and from March 14 to 27 at the Centre Culturel Français in Hue.

Tickets cost VND20,000 in Ha Noi and VND30,000 in HCM City, but are free at the other two places.

The festival will be organised by several embassies and the Francophone organisation in Viet Nam. — VNS


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