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.
The natural world, wildlife and environmental protection are the themes of a video featuring Vietnamese performers on YouTube.
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.
Good journalists love good stories. They get excited by them. When it comes to news, size really does matter. The bigger, the better.
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.
If you are a shy introvert and apply to be a reporter, did you just dig a hole to bury yourself? Probably. But I didn’t know that when I applied to take Vietnam News Agency’s reporter recruitment exam.
Meritorious Artist Lê Cung Bắc, a leading film actor and director of the South, died of cancer on Sunday in HCM City. He was 76.
Many universities in HCM City have changed enrollment plans for the upcoming academic year because of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.
Điên Tối (Darkness), a new psychological horror movie by young director Jack Carry On, has become a hit on social media since it premiered on YouTube on June 10.