Hybrid Films by Phạm Ngọc Lân

Hybrid Films by Phạm Ngọc Lân

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Mon 06 May 2019, 7 pm
No. 11, sub-lane 12, lane 378 Thuy Khue, Hanoi


Hanoi DocLab’s “Around the World in 80 Days: Artists Films / Moving Image” program is pleased to present a series of hybrid films and a talk with Hanoi emerging filmmaker Pham Ngoc Lan.

In the screening, Pham Ngoc Lan will introduce his 3 short hybrid films that represent his process of exploring the possibilities of cinema and moving image for the last 8 years since 2011 when he attended Hanoi DocLab’s documentary film making course and made his first personal film “Story of Ones”, until now when his short films as well as feature film project have traveled to numerous international film festivals.

Time: 19:00 Monday 06.05.2019 (The screening will start on time, please come early to take a seat / First come first served)

Space: DocLab, 378/12/11 Thuỵ Khuê Street, Hanoi
(Please note that We’re not located at Goethe Institut anymore and so the Google Map address is not correct. Please park at the temple across Thuy Khue street from Lane 378, then take a walk into Lane 376 till you reach Lane 12 on the right, the House 11 will be the one in a corner with the DocLab sign)

The program:
1. The Story of Ones (Chuyen Moi Nha, 2012, 10min)
2. Another City (Thanh Pho Khac, 2016, 25min)
3. Mot Khu Dat Tot (Blessed Land, 2019, 19min)

After screening Q&A with Pham Ngoc Lan.

About the filmmaker:

Pham Ngoc Lan is a Vietnamese film director with a background in urban & rural planning and architecture.

Since 2011, Lan’s debut short film ‘The Story of Ones’ (2011) has been screened in numerous important film festivals and art museums, include Visions du Reel (Switzerland), CPH-DOX (Denmark), New Cinema and Contemporary Art – Rencontres Internationales (France),..

In 2015, Lan’s first short fiction project ‘Another City’ participated in the Short Film Station in Berlinale Talents. One year later, the final production premiered at the 66th Berlin International Film Festival (Germany) under Berlinale Shorts Competition and competed in Palm Spring Film Festival (USA). It also received awards from Uppsala International Short Film Festival (Sweden), IndieLisboa International Independent Film Festival (Portugal), Hanoi International Film Festival and Chicago Underground Film Festival.

His latest short film ‘Mot Khu Dat Tot’ (English name: Blessed Land), in 2019, once again, joined Berlinale Shorts Competition. These work make him become the first Vietnamese director who has short films nominated for golden bears.

Currently, Lan is developing his first feature film Cu Li Never Cries. The project is selected to L’Atelier 2017 – festival de Cannes, Busan Project Market 2016 and SEAFIC script lab.

About the program:

The screening and artist talk is a part of Hanoi DocLab’s “ImageLab 2018” project sponsored by the Cultural Development and Exchange Fund (CDEF) of the Danish Embassy in Vietnam.

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No. 11, sub-lane 12, lane 378 Thuy Khue, Hanoi


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