Vietnamese cinema

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January 18, 2022

Vietnamese cinema or Vietnamese cinema (ie Vietnamese odd movies) is the name of Vietnam's film production industry from 1923 to present. Cinema began to be introduced to Vietnam from the late 1890s, but it was not until 1923 that the first film Kim Van Kieu appeared, made by the French and Vietnamese. Since 1925, there have appeared Vietnamese film studios, there are Vietnamese films in cooperation with foreign countries. During the Vietnam War, in the North with actors such as Tra Giang, The Anh, director Hai Ninh, Nguyen Hong Sen made the films 17 Days and Nights, Floating Wind, Hanoi Baby. , ... marked the revolutionary cinema. The South with Tham Thuy Hang, Kieu Chinh, directors Le Hoang Hoa, Le Dan, Le Mong Hoang performed Purple Horizon, Velvet Eye Loan, Lover Without Portrait... achieving high revenue and winning awards. awards in Asian film festivals. After 1975, directors Le Hoang Hoa, Nguyen Hong Sen continued to make films such as "Upside Down Game", "Wild Field", which attracted many audiences and won awards at national film festivals. economic. Overcoming the crisis period of the 1990s, recently Vietnamese cinema has regained its audience with hit films such as Dancing Girl, Long Legs Girls... Some Vietnamese films have been popular with the audience. known abroad, including many films by overseas Vietnamese directors. The smell of green papaya by Vietnamese-French director Tran Anh Hung was nominated for an Oscar for best foreign language film in 1994. Cinema of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, projects made by a state film studio, also known as Vietnamese Revolutionary Cinema, especially if the work's content is related to the subject of finance, war, and history.

Pioneer stage

Imported cinema

Cinema was introduced to Vietnam very early. On December 28, 1895, cinema was born with a screening of brothers Auguste and Louis Lumière in the basement of the Grand Café in Paris. In early 1896, the Lumière brothers opened a class of six months of training in cinematography to spread the word about this new invention. One of the first students was Gabriel Veyre, who came to Hanoi after passing through Shanghai. On April 28, 1899 Gabriel Veyre held the first screening of the film[1] in Hanoi free of charge to the public. L'Avenir du Tonkin, April 29, 1899, published in Hanoi, has a full report on this screening. After that, the next screenings are made at big hotels and restaurants on the occasion of important holidays or certain political events. Movie audiences are mostly officials, officials, industrial and business company owners, French military units occupying the colony. According to some documents, newspapers and memoirs, sometimes there are movie screenings in public places for locals to buy tickets to see such as festivals, fairs, lottery. In the Vietnamese press, advertisements for movie screenings are sold at some public places. The first cinema in Vietnam is the Pa . Cinema

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