The Vietnamese feature film Đảo Của Dân Ngụ Cư (The Way Station), directed by established actress Phạm Hồng Ánh, was awarded the Certificate of Appreciation by United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) lat Friday, for its contribution to the development of awareness over issues regarding young Vietnamese people.
Pianist Jean-Louis Haguenauer will treat local music fans to a French classical concert on August 19.
French director Oliver Lorelle’s Ciel Rouge (Red Sky), which is set in Việt Nam during the early years of the Indochina War and shot entirely in the country’s northern mountainous areas, will premiere in Hà Nội on Wednesday and in HCM City on Thursday.
Young talented Vietnamese violinist Đỗ Phương Nhi, who is also the music ambassador of the Valdres Summer Festival in Norway, will perform at L’Espace, French Culture Centre in Hà Nội on July 13.
Rural Vietnamese landscapes are portrayed in original lacquered paintings at a new exhibition in Hà Nội that started yesterday.
Tomorrow, L’Espace will open the lacquer painting exhibition Nature – Nostalgia, which showcases artworks by three artists: Đặng Thu Hương, Lý Trực Sơn, and Nguyễn Thị Quế.
French comedy film La Chèvre, titled "Knock on Wood" in English, by renowned French director Francis Veber, will be screened at the French Culture Centre in Hà Nội, L’Espace, on two nights — June 2 and 4.
Sketches and photos of Hà Nội by French author-illustrator Jean-Charles Sarrazin from 1987 and 1988 are on display in Hà Nội, accompanied by the originals of his three books recently translated into Vietnamese.
The Việt Nam National Symphony and Orchestra (VNSO) will perform a colourful and multi-faceted concert at the French Cultural Centre under the baton of conductor Kim Xuân Hiếu and with soloists Phạm Văn Hiếu and Trần Hiền on April 26 & 27.