We would like to invite you to a very special party – a date party with bold Southeast Asian characteristics, from appetizers to main courses including fascinating behind-the-scenes stories shared by Kay. Nguyen and Phan Gia Hung – two Vietnamese filmmakers. We’ve reserved a seat for you, and you’re sure to have an evening you’ll never forget. This program will be recorded and broadcast by the media and creative channel meptv.net.
Let’s clear the table and spread the napkins. You are invited to an intimate and memorable dinner to share stories about the making of the film.
As movie lovers, we believe that filmmakers deserve a deeper and more comprehensive attention from the audience. We hope this evening will be an exceptional experience, helping participants gain a deeper understanding of why film is so important to our culture and to who we are.
The interactive event includes shared conversations between filmmakers, allowing them to connect with audiences.
The three dishes are served in the order below:
– 17:30 – 17:45
[Welcome] Launch the program!
– 17:45 – 18:15
[Part 1] Reflections and feelings about Movies
– 18:30 – 19:30
[Part 2] “You” in our own story, “We” in our own: Identity stories from Southeast Asian filmmakers and the art of storytelling in Filmmaking process: Roundtable discussion with filmmakers in Southeast Asia, with guests Digo Ricio (Philippines), Lomorpich Rithy (Cambodia), Martika Escobar (Philippines), Yeo Siew Hua (Singapore). The roundtable discussion was led and coordinated by director Trinh Dinh Le Minh (Vietnam).
– 19:45 – 21:00
[Part 3] Story from Screenplay to Screen: Decoding the story with writer-director Phan Gia Nhat Linh from Vietnam
**Time schedule of the Conference in Vietnam time (GMT+7)
Friday, September 25, we’ll be holding a special movie screening event with a wide selection! Details will be communicated to you in the next few days.
Re-Forming is a Webinar organized within the framework of the E-MOTIONS Project “Promoting Connections and Designing Creative Environments for Filmmakers”. The project is implemented within 3 years to enhance the capacity and empowerment of filmmakers, as well as organize activities to connect domestic filmmakers with Southeast Asian countries. Re-Forming is the kick-off step for the E-MOTIONS Project Regional Workshop scheduled to be held next year.
The main language of the event: English and Vietnamese are translated in the chat box on Zoom
The event is open to the public for free, please register in advance to reserve your spot.
See you at the party!