Television series with themes about rural life continue to be supported by local audiences, with Cô gái nhà người ta, a film by Trịnh Lê Phong, a notable example.
This Lunar New Year, which falls on January 23, 2020, for the first time in 16 years, Vietnamese families will not sit down after eve dinner to watch the most anticipated TV show of the year: Táo Quân.
The TV series Về Nhà Đi Con (Come Home, My Dear) has proved a success with viewers. It has won over audiences with its family-based drama and realistic storylines. Director Nguyễn Danh Dũng talks to Minh Thu about the show.
The sixth Việt Nam International Exhibition on Film and Television Technology - Telefilm 2018, yesterday opened at the Saigon Exhibition and Convention Centre (SECC) in HCM City’s District 7 from June 7-9.
Two LGBT rights organisations in Việt Nam, namely iSEE (Institute for Studies of Society, Economy and Environment) and ICS Centre have sent an open letter to Việt Nam Television complaining about discrimination of LGBT people in an annual comedy that "should not appear on a national channel".
A new serial on family relations, Cả Một Đời Ân Oán (Life of Love and Feud), will go to air on Việt Nam Television - and overseas..