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Vietnam Cinema guests discuss the ups and downs of Vietnamese cinema

Vietnam Cinema guests discuss the ups and downs of Vietnamese cinema 2

Vietnam Cinema guests discuss the ups and downs of Vietnamese cinema

Vietnam Cinema program produced by K+, hosted by Binh Bong Bot, brings together outstanding faces such as: producer – director Charlie Nguyen, director Ly Minh Thang, film critic Le Hong Lam, producer

At the beginning of the program, screenwriter Binh Bong Bot reviewed the current situation in 2022, Vietnamese cinema restarted after the pandemic, 38 films were released in theaters – nearly 3 times more than 2021. However, he commented that the film industry is not many.

Vietnam Cinema brings a multi-dimensional perspective on Vietnamese cinema in 2022.

Actress Kaity Nguyen said that through the epidemic season, many audiences have not regained the habit of watching movies in theaters, and many have even lost faith in their country’s cinema.

According to director Charlie Nguyen, many horror and thriller films were produced before the epidemic but will not be shown until 2022.

Vietnam Cinema guests discuss the ups and downs of Vietnamese cinema

The guests `dissect` aspects of the script’s issues.

The guests said that the limitation of Vietnamese cinema is the script.

Kay Nguyen points out factors that affect script quality including: budget, manuscript submission deadline… According to producer Hang Trinh, the cost of a script is about 1-3% of the film budget, calculated as follows:

Also in the program, Binh Bong Bot recounted his meeting with the female screenwriter of the Korean version of Blood Moon Party and was surprised when after 20 years, she had 3 scripts made into movies.

Vietnam Cinema also analyzes many aspects of the ups and downs of the film industry in the past year, helping filmmakers have the motivation to build good works in the future and cinema lovers have more interesting information.

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