The best actor and actress awards of the 40th National Television Festival have been presented to Nguyễn Lê Việt Anh for his role in the film Sinh Tử (Life and Death) and Nguyễn Ngọc Lan for her role in Luật Trời (The Law of Heaven).
More than 100 television companies from across the country will gather in Nha Trang City, coastal province of Khánh Hòa for the 39th National Television Festival on December 11.
Vietnamese filmmaker Linh Nga’s Inside This Peace has won the prize for the Best Feature Documentary at the California Women’s Film Festival.
The TV series Ngày Ấy Mình Đã Yêu (The Day We Fell in Love) and Gạo Nếp Gạo Tẻ (Wang’s Family) won gold awards in the best TV series category at the 38th National Television Festival, which closed on Saturday night in the central highlands city of Đà Lạt.
An open air photo exhibition featuring television producers at work opened on Thursday at Đà Lạt Palace Hotel’s flower garden during the 38th National Television Festival.
Six series will vie for the best documentary series prize at the 38th National Television Festival from tomorrow until Saturday in the Central Highlands province of Lâm Đồng’s city of Đà Lạt.
Meritorious Artist and director Phạm Lê Nam has made six documentary films about the border battles against China invasion in Vị Xuyên District in the northern province of Hà Giang. Born in Hà Nội and growing up in peace, Nam has had a lifelong interest in Vị Xuyên.
Hundreds of television employees will attend the 37th National Television Festival being held from December 13 to 16 in the central province of Thanh Hóa .
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.
The National Television Festival 2016 was officially launched yesterday in the northern province of Lào Cai with many art performances embracing the culture of the ethnic groups.