The 21st Việt Nam Film Festival will honour good works on the silver screen and pay respect to artists and filmmakers who have great devotion for the national cinema industry during 2017-2019.
Sensationalised and graphic depictions of prostitutes, gangsters and everyone in between have been a big part of Vietnamese movies and television films for the past two decades.
Việt Nam Television has launched a short filmmaking contest,“My Dream”, for Vietnamese youth aged 15-30.
Việt Nam Television Film Centre (VFC)’s Zippo, Mù Tạt Và Em (Zippo, Mustard and You) won gold prize in the category of Television Film of the National Television Festival 2016.
Việt Nam has the second-highest number of students among the foreign students in South Korea, the host country's Ministry of Justice has reported.