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Int’l Telefilm exhibition begins

Update: July, 14/2016 - 09:00
Big and small screen: The Việt Nam International Exhibition on Film and Television Technology was officially launched at the International Centre for Exhibition in Hà Nội yesterday. — Photo vtv.vn
Viet Nam News

HÀ NỘI — The Việt Nam International Exhibition on Film and Television Technology (Telefilm) was officially launched at the International Centre for Exhibition in Hà Nội yesterday morning.

The exhibition aims to step-by-step, and officially, set up a transaction exchange centre for films and TV content and technologies of the highest quality, as a place focusing on qualified TV stations and units in the region.

Addressing the opening ceremony of the event, general director of Vietnam Television, Trần Bình Minh said that Telefilm 2016 was a significant event that has attracted both domestic and international media attention.

“In the context of global integration and development, Việt Nam’s television has acquired considerable multifaceted development and breakthroughs, especially in terms of technologies”, he said.

“The event therefore creates a chance for Việt Nam’s television to meet and exchange experiences with counterparts, enhance the process of professionalising film and television production, update modern trends and gain new co-operation with domestic and international enterprises”.

Two seminars on copyright protection and new technologies in producing TV programmes were also held during the first day of the exhibition.

More than 200 companies, TV stations and units from 15 countries and territories including the United States, Germany, Japan, and South Korea, in addition to India, Turkey, mainland China, and Hong Kong, among others, have registered to open 350 stands to display their items.

The event has also attracted producers nationwide including Cát Tiên Sa, BHD, TNS, and Lasta, as well as Sóng Vàng, ADT, Sunrise, Viêt com and Dolphin.

One of the remarkable things in Telefilm 2016 is that preparations and behind-the-scenes stories from the event are streamed live on social networks like Facebook and YouTube. In addition, visitors also have a chance to experience visual studios and TV production stages.

The event will end tomorrow. — VNS

 

 

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