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Hong Chau might be the first Vietnamese to win the Golden Globe for best supporting actress.

1) Trinh T. Minh Ha's Forgetting Vietnam asks us "what do we remember or know about Vietnam?"

12/01/2017

Trinh T. Minh Ha's 2015 film Forgetting Vietnam screens at Tate Modern on December 1st, 2017. One of the most interesting aspects of the film is its recalling of an ancient myth on the creation of the country and its influence on the reality of Vietnamese society. The film also has interviews of local Vietnamese about remembering its history and its present geopolitical importance. Visually, the use of analog and digital video is to imply a progression from the old to the new. Forgetting Vietnam aims to revitalized the unspoken Vietnamese history and culture which are often numbed by the trauma of war and colonization. ...continue reading "December 2017 Vietnamese Cinema Vblog: Disaster Artist, Hong Chau, and The Propeller Group…"

On February 8th, 2014 at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC), there was a single channel screening of films from a group of artists including Nguyen Trinh Thi. The video above is an interview conducted by the facility to illuminate the filmmaker's background, her process of working, her thoughts on media art, and her take on landscape. ...continue reading "Nguyễn Trinh Thi talks Landscapes, her works, and Media Art in Vietnam"

 

This will take place from January 11-19, 2014 at Doclab in Hanoi, the place for experimental video in Vietnam. The director, Nguyen Trinh Thi, has put together this event which includes screening/workshop/performance/exhibitions to focus on art video in Vietnam. ...continue reading "Experimental Moving Image in Vietnam: Súp Video Soup"