(VOV) – Seven beautiful girls from Korean rock band T-Ara will star in a video shoot for popular gameshow “Let’s Go Dream Team” at Vietnam’s tallest building, the Keangnam Landmark 72, on March 18-21.
They will be challening themselves in a variety of sports games in the building where they performed in a charity art performance in November 2012.
After completing the shoot, T-Ara can be seen by Vietnamese audiences on March 21.
“Let’s Go Dream Team” is broadcast on the Republic of Korea (RoK)’s KBS channel. It is a new version of KBS’s Dream Team programme from ten years ago.
Vietnamese MC Anh Tuan and singer Nguyen Ngoc Anh were invited to the RoK by KBS to take part in the show with other Asian stars in June, 2011.
Accompanying the French film crew for four consecutive years of their making of L’amant or The Lover, journalist Thien Nam saw a lot, learned a lot, and now has a lot to say about many rumors and misconceptions about the movie, especially several hot scenes that were set up in Vietnam and directed by French director Jean-Jacques Annaud. The Lover contracted extra-production services out to Hong Kong Cinematic Cooperation and Ho Chi Minh City’s Cinema & Magnetic Tape Company. As a representative of Vietnam’s Cinema & Magnetic Tape Company, Thien Nam was allowed to accompany the crew for the purpose…... [read more]
Several films on Vietnam's sea and island sovereignty will start being screened at many big universities in the U.S. on Friday, the Vietnamese Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism announced Tuesday on its website. Facing to the Ocean: Selected Documentaries from Vietnam" event will show three films at 15 major universities in the northeast region of the U.S., including Yale University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the ministry said. The films, to be screened from October 3, are "Nhung Cau Chuyen Nho Tren Bien Lon" (Little Stories in the Big Sea), "Hai Thuong Viet Nam The Ky 17-18" (Vietnamese…... [read more]
The winners of the WD 48 Hour Film Project Vietnam (WD 48HFP) will receive awards on November 6 at BHD Star 3/2 Cineplex. The producers will award prizes for Best Actor/Actress, Best Editing, Best Cinematography, Best Script, Best Direction and also Best Film, which will be sent to the 48HFP World Finals in 2015 in Los Angeles. If successful there, the films will then be screened at Cannes Film Festival in France as well as over 125 cities worldwide taking part in the 48HFP next year. Over the past three months, WD 48HFP held over 20 film-making workshops at schools…... [read more]
(Cinet)- The Vietnam Film Institute (VFI) under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism on November 18 received more than 200 original documentary and feature films from the Germany-Vietnam Friendship Association (GVFA). The GVFA has collected the films from film festivals, as well as professional exchanges and diplomatic activities; some of the feature films have never been released before, said Professor Gunter Giesenfeld, Chairman of the GVFA. The documentary footage vividly depicts Vietnamese people in the resistance war against the US, anti-war movements around the world, as well as the country's post-war reconstruction cause. The films provide valuable footage of…... [read more]
Many Indian directors have planned to shoot parts of their movies at some locations in Vietnam next year, according to the head of the Consulate General of India in Ho Chi Minh City. "Some have promised that they will come back to Vietnam as early as January next year to shoot certain parts of their films at some scenic locations," said Smita Pant, Indian Consul General, said at the closing ceremony of the Indian Film Festival 2015 on Wednesday. "Action film director Peter Hien, of Indo-Vietnamese lineage, told me that he has planned four films in which many scenes will…... [read more]
German director to unveil latest film in Vietnam Kieu Giang As a special guest of the 7th German Film Festival in Vietnam from September 8 to 25, director Norbert Lechner will present his film “Fortune Favors the Brave” in Hanoi and HCMC, together with popular Vietnamese actors who worked on this film in Germany. Film screenings and audiences’ discussions will take place on September 9 at the National Cinema Center at 87 Lang Ha Street in Hanoi and on September 9 at CineStar Cinema at 271 Nguyen Trai Street in District 1, HCMC. The director, screenwriter and film producer has…... [read more]
The Gia Dinh Viet film studio in cooperation with the CJ Media corps ( Republic of Korea) will begin shooting a record long T.V film named “Magic Garden” at the end of December. This longest T.V film of Vietnam comprises 500 volumes; each lasts 30 minutes. The Magic Garden’s producers said that the copy right of the film’s script was bought from Korean writer Kwon In Chan. The film main director is Chu Thien and the cameraman is Le Phuong. The Korean partner will provide technical, personnel, lighting and acoustic assistance. The film is about a group of magicians from…... [read more]
This event is one of the activities organized by the European Union National Institutes for Culture network in Hanoi. European countries include Italy, Germany, Switzerland, France, Denmark Wallonia-Brussels (Belgium) and Poland. Every night during the festival, audiences will be treated to one European and one Vietnamese documentary on the same theme. With a broad selection of themes, and focusing on the principle of a dialogue between Vietnamese and European documentary films, the organizers wish to present to Vietnamese and international film fans the vitality of documentary filmmaking, which has developed strongly in recent years. Documentary filmmaking has taken its place…... [read more]
Germany to screen eight films in Vietnam The Saigon Times Daily The sixth German Film Festival will kick off in Vietnam next month with eight movies to be screened in Hanoi, Hue, Danang and HCMC between September 6 and 20, according to the Goethe Institut’s website. The eight movies – The Dark Valley, For No Eyes Only, Jack, Run Boy! Run, Not My Day, Vampire Sisters, Who Am I – No System is Safe, and Inbetween Worlds – are selected among the newest and most popular German films which have been successful in cinemas around the world as well as…... [read more]
A Swiss producer is making a film about Vietnam's tourist attractions to screen in Switzerland and some other European countries later this year, a local newspaper reported recently. Nicolet Video Productions is traveling through the country's northern provinces and ancient capital Hue city to shoot the film until July 4. The film will feature beautiful spots in Hanoi and Ha Long Bay as well as landscapes and ethnic minority communities in northern mountainous Ha Giang and Lao Cai provinces. The Huong River and traditional lifestyle in Hue will also be captured for the film. Besides screening in Switzerland, some television…... [read more]