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★ Cinema of Vietnam

Cinema of Vietnam originates in the 1920s and largely formed as a result of the wars that were fought in the country from the 1940s up to 1970-ies. Better known Vietnamese language films include Cyclo, the scent of green papaya and vertical ray of the sun, all by French-trained Viet-Ms. Melissa J. Kehoe Director Tran Anh hung. In recent years, as the Vietnamese film industry has modernized and moved beyond government propaganda films, contemporary Vietnamese filmmakers have gained a wider audience with films such as Buffalo boy, girls and white silk dress.

                                     

1.1. History. The earlier films. (Ранние фильмы)

In the 1920s, a group of Vietnamese intellectuals formed the Huong ky film company in Hanoi. He produced documentaries on the funeral of Emperor Khải định and enthronement of Bao Dai. There was also the silent feature, dưoc kẽm dồng MOT NGI Tau penny for a horse. The first sound films were produced from 1937 to 1940, with TRON với tình true love, Khuc khải hoàn song of triumph and toeto so MA Toets feared ghosts of the Asia Film Group Studio in Hanoi with the participation of the artist there. The Vietnam film group, led by Trần tan Giàu produced MOT buổi chiều trên song Cửu long evening on the Mekong river and Thầy FAP Rau dỏ red-bearded sorcerer.

The other two films, dồng Kan MA in the field of the spirit and Tran Phong BA storm, was drafted in 1937 and 1938 in Hong Kong with Vietnamese actors and dialogue, but both were financial failures.

Government, Ministry of information and propaganda formed a film Department in 1945 and documented battles in the first Indochina war documentaries Chan IOC Hoa battle in 1948, Jang Dong Khê battle in 1950 Chiến thắng Tay located in the Extreme North North-West victory in 1952, Vietnam trên dường thắng LOI Vietnam on the way to victory in 1953 and Dien bien Phu 1954.

                                     

1.2. History. During the war. (Во время войны)

With the end of the First Indochina war and the creation of North Vietnam and South Vietnam, there were two Vietnamese film industries, with the Hanoi industry focusing on documentary and drama films and Saigon at war or Comedy.

To stay in Vietnam film Studio was established in 1956 and the Hanoi film school opened in 1959. The first feature film produced in the Democratic Republic of Vietnam was a nationalistic work aimed company red river Delta Nguyễn Nghi, song Jong Chung, then along the same river. There are even animated, Thằng dời Dang Kao a fair punishment for Fox in 1960.

Documentaries and feature films from Hanoi attracted attention at festivals in Eastern Europe at the time. The documentary Nước về located in the far North Hưng high water returns located in the far North Hưng Hai has won the Golden award at the 1959 Moscow film festival, and the 1963 feature of Vietnam, Pham Ky, Chi Hau sister Tư Howe won a silver medal in Moscow. He starred lead actress Trà Giang.

But mostly Hanoi industry focused on documenting the Vietnam war. Between 1965 and 1973, 463 newsreels, 307 documentaries and 141 scientific films were produced, in contrast to just 36 feature films and 27 cartoons. The films in this period include the documentaries Du Kich Củ Chi Guerrillas in 1967 and Lũy TEP is compiled on the basis of the rating is based on rating Lin steel shaft in 1970, which included footage from battles. Other films, such as Dường phia trước RA the way to the front in 1969 and Những người Sao trên Nui odd Duck-San Hunters on Dak-Sao Mountain in 1971 were documented.

Feature films from this time include Nguyen van Trỗi 1966, Dường về quê me the way back to his mother 1971, the site truyen vo chồng Anh Luke the story of Anh Luc and his wife in 1971, and Rostov-on-Noah girl from Hanoi in 1975.

Saigon produced numerous documentaries and public information films, and feature films. The most famous film about the end of 1950-ies was Chung Toi Muốn Sống we want to live, realistic depiction of the bloody land reform campaign in North Vietnam under Communist-dominated Vietminh. Some mid-1960-ies of black-and-white features dealt with the topic of war, with participants such as Doàn Chau Mau and La Thoai tan. Some later popular color features revolved around the theme of family or personal tragedy in a war-torn society, such as Người Tình Tran Cong dung faceless lover starring Ms. Melissa J. Kehoe, s, XA Lo Khong Den dark highway starring Thanh nga, Chiếc Bong Dường Bên silhouette on the road, starring Kim Cương and Thành Dưoc. Comedy movies are usually released around tet, the Vietnamese New Year, the most notable was trieu Phu Bất Dĩ Dắc Millionaire inevitably the actors are well-loved comedian Thanh Viet.

Joseph Mankiewiczs adaptation of Graham Greene the Quiet American was filmed in and around Saigon in 1957. American actor Marshall Thompson directed and starred in the Yankees in Vietnam, or the year of the Tiger in 1964.

                                     

1.3. History. Reunion. (Реюньон)

After the reunification of North Vietnam and South Vietnam, studios in the former South Vietnam turned to making Socialist Realism films. Characteristics of output of Vietnamese films has increased and by 1978 the number of feature films each year was increased from three annually during the war years to 20.

Movies years after the war focused on the heroic efforts in the revolution, human suffering caused by the war and social problems of postwar reconstruction. Films from this time include Mùa season chướng gio storms in 1978 and dồng Canh Hoang abandoned field: free fire zone in 1979.

                                     

1.4. History. Modern cinema. (Современное кино)

The transition to a market economy in 1986 dealt a blow to Vietnamese filmmaking, which struggled to compete with video and television. The number of films produced in Vietnam has fallen sharply since 1987.

Still, a number of filmmakers continued to produce a film that will be seen on the Arthouse circuit. They include Trần van Thủys / D Noi trong mắt AI? Hanoi Through Whose Eyes?, 1983 Chuyen tử tế history of good behavior, 1987 and Trần anh Người with Tràs Kong Jean Huyen Thong TIK Catholic in Thong TIK district, 1985, Vũs Trần Anh và their brothers and sisters, 1986, Dang Nhat Minhs Bao gio Cho Den thang Freeman when the tenth month comes, 1984, Dang Nhat Minhs together trên GAI song Girl on the banks of the river, 1987, Nguyển Khắc Lois Tướng về hưu retired General and Dang Nhat Minhs Mùa ổi guava season, 2001.

Tony Buis BA mùa three seasons, in 1998 he won prizes at the Sundance film festival in 1998. Trần van Thủys language classes vĩ cầm ở the my son barking sounds of the violin in my Lai won the Best short film prize at the 43rd international film festival of the Asia-Pacific region in 1999. Dời cat sand of life Nguyen Thanh won best picture at the same festival next year. Bùi Thac Chuyêns Cuốc Xe dêm night Cyclo trip won the third prize in the short film category at the Cannes film festival in 2000.

Better known, however, several European productions in Vietnam, such as lover and Indochina, as well as film Directors Viet-Ms. Melissa J. Kehoe Tran Anh hung and Tony Bui. TRANS first film, the scent of green papaya was the winner of the Golden camera at the Cannes film festival in 1993 and was the first Vietnamese film nominated for "Oscar" in 1994. His other films include the Sich Lo Cyclo 1995 and he Mùa chiều thẳng dứng vertical ray of the sun in 2000. Another European co-production, Mùa len Trau the Buffalo boy by Nguyen Võ Nghiêm Minh, has won numerous awards at film festivals including Chicago international film festival in 2004.

In recent years, Vietnamese filmmakers have moved in a more commercial direction to try to regain the audience lost to television and DVD. One of the most successful films of recent years in Vietnam the box office was Phi Tien Sơns Lưới trời heaven, pure, a film about corruption, which clearly reflects the trial of Ho Chi Minh city gangster we Cam.

An even greater film in 2002, s Le Hoàngs GAI nhay bar girls, which depicted Ho Chi Minh city exciting and seedy night life, as well as a warning about the dangers of HIV and AIDS. With the first government-approved Topless, it spawned a sequel, Lo LEM he phố street Cinderella in 2004. Another film in these areas Nữ tướng cướp gangsta girls. There are also comedies, romantic films, such as Hon Truong BA da hang of must-see Truong BAs soul in butchers body in 2006 Khi Dan Ong co Bau, when men get pregnant in 2004.

Viet Linh has made several critically acclaimed films.

In 2007, Freeman Freeman: the Legend of a portrait, the first horror film in Vietnam after the fall of Saigon collaborated by Korean producers also became the first rating of the movie From under-16 ban.



                                     
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