Screening: Chronicle of a Summer

Teen boys with superpowers helped lift the movie box office to unexpected heights over Super Bowl weekend as thriller "Chronicle" edged "Harry Potter" star Daniel Radcliffe's haunted house movie "The Woman in Black." "Chronicle" brought in an estimated $22.0 million from U.S. and Canadian theaters, studio estimates released on Sunday showed. The movie with largely unknown actors finished just ahead of Radcliffe's "Woman in Black," which took in an estimated $21.0 million. Both performances surpassed projections from studio executives, who had expected weaker sales against competition from Sunday's Super Bowl football championship. The tallies include actual ticket receipts for Friday…... [read more]

Summer show at Galerie Quynh By My Tran in HCMC Collisions of Clamor and Calm, the gallery’s summer group exhibition of works by Do Hoang Tuong, Nguyen Manh Hung, Tran Van Thao, Lien Truong and The Propeller Group is opening at the Galerie Quynh with some amazing works on show. Tuong will bring two works that display the artist’s strength as a figurative painter. In keeping with his reflections on modern life and the isolation of contemporary living, Tuong’s somber paintings nonetheless celebrate the resilience of the human spirit. A new addition to the gallery’s roster of talents, Hung presents…... [read more]

VietNamNet Bridge - This month Vietnamese audiences will have a chance to enjoy 16 movies of all genres, from the US, Korea, Vietnam and China. 1. Insidious: Chapter 3 Release date: 5/6 Genre: Horror Stars: Dermot Mulroney, Stefanie Scott, Angus Sampson Director: Leigh Whannell Version: English with Vietnamese Subtitles When teenager Quinn Brenner (Stefanie Scott) senses that her late mother is trying to contact her, she seeks help from gifted psychic Elise Rainier (Lin Shaye). However, Elise's tragic past makes her reluctant to use her abilities. After Quinn is attacked by a malevolent entity, her father (Dermot Mulroney) pleads with…... [read more]

As part of the ongoing German Film Festival for Children & Young Audiences in Hanoi, five German films will be screened atKim Dong Cinema, 19 Hang Bai Street, from May 27 through May 30. A scene from “Mullewapp – A Beautiful Mess". On May 25, “LenaLove” will be introduced. This thriller is about the danger of social networks for young people. The film was directed by Florian Gaag (born in 1971), who studied film at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. Active as a director, screenwriter, musician and producer, he is concerned with the world of youth in…... [read more]

(VOV) - Andrew, Matt and Steve are three teenagers with very different characters who have to face many new challenges as they start high school life. They are obsessed with their own experiences and make an incredible discovery: they all have gained superpowers! Now they can do things that seem impossible. They can use their minds to teleport objects, crash a car in a second or even fly. But then things take a turn for the worse... Unlike most other superhero films, 'Chronicle' offers many thrilling elements, creative scenes, and vivid movie magic which, however, is very close to real…... [read more]

Like several other local flicks released this summer, "Duong dua" (The racetrack), which received much critical acclaim and applause before hitting screens, has been a box office failure after the first three days of screening. Over recent years, local films have been released throughout the year, not only during the Tet holiday, which usually falls on February. This summer began with "Lo Lem Saigon" (Saigon Cinderella), a Vietnamese-Korean film, which is a great disappointment to both the media and audiences after hitting local cinemas in late May. "Biet chet lien" (I certainly have no idea), a well-invested 3D film by…... [read more]

New data and predictions from Google confirm that the country is very much obsessed with online content. If you had any doubt about Vietnam’s infatuation with the internet, latest stats and predictions from Google will put all your doubt to rest. According to a new report from Think With Google, the research arm of the tech giant, the activities that define a Vietnamese summer are online searching and YouTube watching, apart from walking around a lake or sunbathing on the beach. Internal data from the company shows that last summer, between May and August, the country’s online activity was “red…... [read more]

New data and predictions from Google confirm that the country is very much obsessed with online content. If you had any doubt about Vietnam’s infatuation with the internet, latest stats and predictions from Google will put all your doubt to rest. According to a new report from Think With Google, the research arm of the tech giant, the activities that define a Vietnamese summer are online searching and YouTube watching, apart from walking around a lake or sunbathing on the beach. Internal data from the company shows that last summer, between May and August, the country’s online activity was “red…... [read more]

Summer films disappoint patrons (18-07-2005) HCM CITY — Three local films that screened in HCM City this summer have failed to lure audiences to cinemas. The content and lack of advertising have been held responsible for poor ticket sales. Chien Dich Trai Tim Ben Phai (The Right-Hand Heart Campaign), a film that depicts school life of teenage students was warmly welcomed by young audiences when it screened in Ha Noi earlier this year. However, distributors of the film failed to advertise it in newspapers or at public venues when HCM City Cinematography Association decided to screen it in the city.…... [read more]

Foreign flavour: German film Forget Me Not will open the document film festival tonight at the Viet Nam National Documentary and Scientific Film Studio. — Photo lichtblick-media.com HA NOI (VNS) — For the sixth time, European cultural institutes and embassies in the capital together with the Viet Nam National Documentary and Scientific Film Studio will present European and Southeast Asian documentary films tonight. During the festival, which starts tonight, each film from Viet Nam will be followed by one from Austria, Bulgaria, Denmark, France, Germany, Poland, Spain, Sweden, and Britain. Opening the festival will be Vietnamese film Khi Khong The…... [read more]




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