Private theatres and drama troupes have been offering training courses in performance skills as the number of talented actors has declined in recent years.
After encountering a badly injured dog during his early days in Viet Nam, Louis began to take a serious interest in animal welfare, and a seed was planted to bring the plight of the abused animals to the big screen.
A Vietnamese director's short movie based on his time at an international school in India will premiere in Ha Noi on Saturday.
The famous short story Lão Hạc by Nam Cao has been remade into a movie called Cậu Vàng, named after the endearing way to refer to the dog owned by the main character, old man Lão Hạc.
The HCM City-based Ánh Sao Production today presents a new movie, Sám Hối (The Living Sandbag), a Việt Nam-India co-production, at cinemas across the country.
Tuổi Trẻ (Youth) newspaper recently spoke with author Nguyễn Nhật Ánh, who shared many insights about his career.
The Kim Đồng Publishing House has released a series of eight books by Vietnamese writers as part of the publisher’s efforts to encourage reading among youth.
Residents living in the HCM City Rest Home for Artists in District 8 will have a happy Tết (Lunar New Year) after the house renovation is completed this month.
HCM City-based Trẻ (Youth) Publishing House has signed a five-year copyright deal with best-selling author Nguyễn Nhật Ánh, one of Việt Nam's most prolific children's book writers.