Animated film director Nguyễn Thị Phương Hoa’s latest film Khúc Gỗ Mục (Rotten Wood) won a Dế Mèn Award. The annual awards encourage compositions, art performances and entertainment shows by children or for children. Hoa is a prolific filmmaker and has won top prizes from the Việt Nam National Film Festival and the Việt Nam Cinematography Association. Thể Thao Văn Hóa (Culture & Sport) newspaper interviews Hoa about the Vietnamese animation industry.
With the COVID-19 situation under control, the People's Committee of Hà Tĩnh Province allowed the resumption of business, commercial and service establishments and tourism sites starting from Tuesday.
A film about farmers living in a fishing village in Bình Thuận Province has impressed audiences after its release last week on a YouTube channel owned by MCV Media.
Meritorious Artist and cải lương star Vũ Linh and young talent Võ Minh Lâm will perform in a TV programme about Vietnamese theatre on Vĩnh Long Television’s THLV1 channel next week.
François Bibonne’s new documentary, ‘Once upon a bridge, in Vietnam’, aims to give viewers a taste of the country’s classical music scene and span the distance between East and West.
The outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic since last year has made the life of performing artists in Việt Nam even harder. Many have had to take up extra jobs to earn a living like selling food online, shipping goods or selling insurance. They are in urgent need of state support to be encouraged to continue with their profession.