Vietnamese students to compete in Japan film fest
17:32 07/09/2014
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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.

Vietnamese students to compete in Japan film fest

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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