Vietnamese Cinema lovers once again have a special opportunity to embark on a trip around Europe on the silver screen through a rich collection of films introduced in the European Film Festival (LHP).

European Film Festival 2014 showcases Europe’s diversity, appeal and rich cinematic traditions, represented in 14 films from 14 different European member countries.

The film festival offers a collection of dreams, passions, fears and anger, humor and joy, mistakes and recognition – for everyone.

This year’s highlight is that a short film produced by a promising young Vietnamese director will be introduced in the film festival.

European Film Festival 2014 – A trip around Europe on the silver screen

Organized for the first time in 2000 by the European Union Delegation to Vietnam, the Embassies of European Member States and the European Cultural Institutes, the European Film Festival has become a regular cultural event.

This film event is part of the Europe Days 2014 Program to celebrate Europe Day (May 9) – a program that since its inception in 2004 has won a special place in cultural life.

The 2014 European Film Festival takes place at the following locations:

Hanoi: National Cinema Center, 87 Lang Ha

Da Nang: CGV Cinema, 4th floor, Vinh Trung Plaza, 255-257 Hung Vuong


In Hanoi and City.

Movie tickets are free and will be distributed from May 12, 2014 for screenings in Hanoi and Da Nang and from May 14, 2014 for screenings in the city.


– Goethe-Institut: 56-58 Nguyen Thai Hoc, Tel: 04 3734 2251

– British Council: 20 Thuy Khue, Tel: 04 3843 6780

– National Cinema Center: 87 Lang Ha, Tel: 04 3514 1791


– Goethe Institute: No. 18 Street 1, Do Thanh Residence, Ward 4, District 3, Tel: 08 3600 9587

– British Council: 25 Le Duan, District 1, Tel: 08 3823 2862

– BHD Star Cinema: Bitexco Building, 02 Hai Trieu, District 1, Tel: 08 626 70670

Da Nang: CGV Cinema, 4th Floor, Vinh Trung Plaza, 255-257 Hung Vuong, Tel: 0511 3666 222

Full information about the Film Festival is posted at: or