Three short films produced by Vietnamese students have been selected to compete in the Asian International Children's Film Festival set for November 29 in Minami-Awaji, Japan.
The finalists, announced on September 6, are Lo Thuoc (drug bottle) by Birla Orphanage, Nu Cuoi cua Ba-Mot Uoc Mo (Grandmother's smile-One dream), by Thang Long secondary school, Hanoi, and Khat Vong (aspiration) by Phan Chu Trinh Secondary School, Hanoi.
They are the award-winning films of the 8th film-making competition, offering high school students a chance to showcase their talent in the cinema industry.
The competition, initiated by the Japan-Vietnam and Vietnam-Japan ambassadors, helps students cherish their dreams, develop life skills, and especially create a friendly learning environment for them.
Vietnamese students will join their Asian counterparts on a visit to Japan this November to vie for the best amateur film – a chance to develop closer ties.
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