Vietnamese Films Compete at SIFF and IFTS International Film Festivals | culture/arts

A scene in the animated film titled “U Linh Tick Ky: Magic Powder”

The 8-minute anime film titled “U Linh Tick Ky: Magic powder” directed by Leo Dinh will compete in the Family Picture Show category while the themed image “Nhung Dua Tre Trong Suong” (Children of the Mist) by director Ha Le Diem will join the Asian Crossroads category at SIFF.

SIFF will also see Vietnamese children’s sci-fi adventure “Maika” directed by Ham Tran in the Films4Families and Asian Crossroads categories. The film will be presented to the public from April 16 to 23.

“Children of the Mist” will also participate in the Documentary category. The film tells the story of a twelve-year-old Hmong girl in rural Vietnamese villages who normally has to deal with the pressure of an impending marriage via the custom of bride kidnapping, but this documentary follows a young heroine in conflict with tradition.

Vietnamese films compete at SIFF, IFTS int'l film festivals ảnh 2 Vietnamese sci-fi adventure for children, “Maika” directed by Ham Tran

Launched in 1976, the Seattle International Film Festival is consistently ranked as one of the top audience festivals in North America and is an Oscar-qualifying film festival for short films.

The 48th Seattle International Film Festival returns April 14-24 with a hybrid event that includes both in-person and virtual screenings. The 11-day festival will showcase the best of international and independent films from around the world – with screenings at SIFF theaters and venues across the city as well as virtually on the SIFF channel. This year, the Festival will screen 262 films representing 80 countries, including 107 narrative feature films, 41 documentaries, three archival films, two works in progress and 107 short films.

Founded in 1982, the Stuttgart International Animation Film Festival (ITFS) ranks among the world’s most important events for an animated film. The 29th Stuttgart Animated Film Festival (ITFS) will take place from May 3 to 8.

By Van Tuan – Translated by Kim Khanh

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