|The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre will host an arts discussion on self-expression on July 14. Photo from factoryartscentre.com|Viet Nam News
HCMC — The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre will host an arts discussion on self-expression on July 14.
The discussion will feature Vietnamese filmmaker Trương Minh Quý, painter Đỗ Hoàng Cường, and British collector Dominic Scriven of Dogma Collection, which funds the Dogma Prize for portraits.
The event will open with the screening of Quý’s three movies, including Someone is Going to the Forest, Mars in the Well, and The Man with Red Nails, which have been shown at international film festivals in Busan and Berlin.
It will continue with a talk and Q&A session with the three guests, with English translation.
The event will start at 5:30pm at 15 Nguyễn Ư Dĩ Street in District 2. Entrance is free. — VNS