Vietnamese film competes in Busan Int'l Film Festival 2016

The Vietnamese film titled Tam Cam-The Untold Story will compete in the “A window of Asia Cinema” category at the 21st Busan International Film Festival 2016 which will take place in the southern South Korean city of Busan on October 6-15.

“A Window of Asian Cinema” is  a showcase of brand new and/or representative films by the talented Asian filmmakers with their diverse points of view and style.

Movies include Cha va con va…(Big Father, Small Father and Other Stories) directed by Phan Dang Di; Quyen directed by Nguyen Phan Quang Binh also participated in this category last year.

Busan International Film Festival 2015 attracted 302 movies from 75 countries and those movies will compete in the various awards, such as New Currents Award, Sonje Award, BIFF Mecenat Award, Actor & Actress of the Year, NETPAC Award, FIPRESCI Award, The Asian Filmmaker of the Year and more.


Started in 1996, the annual Busan International Film Festival is one of the most significant film festivals in Asia. The event aims to introduce new films and first-time directors, develop and promote young talent, especially those from Asian countries.

VAA Production and BHD Company have made an agreement with Kidari Entertainment, a premier content leader who specializes in creating powerful feature films and digital content for consumers. Accordingly, Kidari Entertainment will buy the copyrights to distribute the film in Korean market.

By Quang Tien – Translated by Kim Khanh

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