Family drama wins big at Golden Kite Awards

Update: 10:06 | 13/05/2020

Ve Nha Di Con (Come Home, My Dear) directed by Meritorious Artist Nguyen Danh Dung has won the Golden Kite Award at the category of Best TV Series.

The awards ceremony took place at the Vietnam Cinema Association (VCA) in Hanoi yesterday.

Produced by the Vietnam Television Film Centre (VFC), the 85-episode series focuses on the life of a widower and his three daughters. It’s about love, friendship, honesty and betrayal and above all highlights family love.

Family drama, wins big, Golden Kite Awards, Ve Nha Di Con, Come Home, My Dear, Best TV Series,  awards ceremony, award for Best Director, Covid-19 pandemic

A scene in the TV drama Ve Nha Di Con (Come Home, My Dear) directed by Meritorious Artist Nguyen Danh Dung.

The series has become a local phenomenon and also won gongs at the VTV Awards 2019. Thanks to the success of the TV series, director Dung received the award for Best Director.

VFC won big at the Golden Kite Awards with several other awards apart from the grand prize.

The new series Nhung Ngay Khong Quen (Unforgettable Days) featuring life in urban and rural areas during the Covid-19 pandemic received the special certificate of merit for educational entertainment and spreading the State’s policies.

Ngoc Quynh and Hong Diem received Best Actor and Best Actress for their roles in Hoa Hong Tren Nguc Trai (Rose on Left Side of Chest).

Directed by Vu Truong Khoa and Cong Ly, the 34-episode series focuses on women’s lives in modern society, mentioning problems of marriage like divorce and unfaithfulness. The TV series also won the Silver Kite Award.

Doan Quoc Dam won Best Supporting Actor for his role in Me Cung (Labyrinth) and Cao Thai Ha won Best Supporting Actress for her role in Ban Chong (Husband for Sale).

In the feature film category, Hanh Phuc Cua Me (The Happiness of a Mother), directed by Pham Huynh Dong grabbed the gold while the Silver Kite awards went to the action-thriller Hai Phuong (Furie) and the war-themed Truyen Thuyet Ve Quan Tien (The Legend of Quan Tien).

The awards for Best Actor and Best Actress went to Kieu Minh Tuan in Anh Trai Yeu Quai (My Annoying Brother) and Cat Phuong in Hanh Phuc Cua Me, respectively.

New short film released to call for end to bear farming
Education for Nature - Vietnam (ENV) has released a new short film calling for an end to bear bile farming which tells the story from a captive bear’s perspective.
 
Vietnamese and foreign love films to be screened in Hanoi
As many as seven romantic and funny films based on love will be screened at the French Cultural Centre (L'Espace) in Hanoi from February 10-16.
 
Colombian reality show to film in 22 Vietnamese locations
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has allowed a production team for a Colombian reality show titled “Asia Express” to shoot in 22 provinces and cities in Vietnam’s northern region this year.
 
Free film screenings celebrate Party’s founding anniversary
Free film screenings will be held across the country from January 25 to February 5 to celebrate the 90th founding anniversary of the Communist Party of Vietnam (February 3).
 
Vietnamese films honoured at International Children's Film Festival
The film named "The To - Do list" by students of Viet Duc High School, Hanoi - representing Vietnam - won the Outstanding Film Award at the 13th Asian International Children's Film Festival, held in Japan.
 

Source: VNS

 
Bình luận mới vừa được thêm vào. Click để xem
Mới nhấtHay nhấtXếp theo: