Mini Doc Fest 2013

Posted on Friday 15 Mar - 2013

Goethe Institut VietnamMini Doc Fest 2013 1

Opening: Fri 22 Mar, 7 pm
Mini Doc Fest : 22 – 24 Mar 2013
Goethe Institut

From Goethe Institut:

After the success of Mini Doc Fest 2011 Hanoi DocLab and Goethe-Institute Hanoi are delighted to present the 2nd edition of the Mini Doc Fest 2013, with documentaries by young Vietnamese and Southeast Asian filmmakers.

Young and old, past and present will cross paths at this festival weekend:

At the opening night the documentary classic Story of Kindness (1987) by Tran Van Thuy and a short film with footage by his grandfather edited by Tran Luong will take the audience on a journey into Vietnam’s past.

On the second day, the festival special program Voices from Myanmar, which was presented at the Chopshots Documentary Film Festival 2012, provides an insight into Myanmar. Different short films will show the beauty, but also the conflicts of our neighboring country.

The highlight of the Mini Doc Festival will be the latest productions of the DocLab Basic Workshop 2012. Impulsive, honest, entertaining – the contributions of DocLab reflect the spirit of Vietnamese society today and are closely connected to its people.

The Mini Doc Festival will close with several documentaries by young independent Vietnamese filmmakers on Sunday.

Join us on the journey through Vietnam and Myanmar with different and multifaceted films. It is all about social taboos, complex family structures, identity problems of a young generation and a kitchen!

An exciting weekend full of film screenings, debates and opportunities for exchange offers festival delights for everyone.

Free entrance.

For more information:

www.goethe.de/hanoi

www.hanoidoclab.org

Details for festival program please click here.

Goethe Institut Vietnam
Goethe-Institut Hanoi
56-58 Nguyễn Thái Học
Ba Đình, Hà Nội
Tel.: +84 4 37342251
Fax: +84 4 37342254
info@hanoi.goethe.org
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