Việt Nam News reporters Ly Ly Cao and Minh Phương spoke with Ngô Thanh Vân about her latest film and a celluloid journey that has taken her from Hồ Chí Minh City to Hollywood.
Meet the designers of the posters of many Vietnamese blockbusters like Song Lang, Cô Ba Sài Gòn (The Tailor) and Tấm Cám: Chuyện Chưa Kể (Tấm Cám: The Untold Story) which have gone viral and attracted increasing cinemagoers to watch the films.
Cinemas in HCM City are offering Vietnamese blockbusters released last year, two months after the social distancing period.
Netflix on May 14 announced it will continue the expansion of its Vietnamese content library with the acquisition of 13 films through its first collaboration with Skyline Media.
The Vietnamese film industry is currently enjoying a boom of development, but the industry faces a serious shortage of versatile actors as many casting candidates are young and inexperienced and lack the skills for film.
Trạng Tí (Child Master), a film about Vietnamese folk stories, will be postponed until February next year due to the Covid-19 outbreak, the producer Studio68 has announced.
Movie star, director and producer Ngô Thanh Vân is working on a new movie, Thanh Sói (Pain Changes People), after several months of filming her projects on Vietnamese tales.