17:56 | 28/10/2015 Society
The fourth Mini DocFest 2015, co-organised by the Goethe-Institut Hanoi and Hanoi DocLab, will officially open at the Goethe Institute in Hanoi on October 30.
The filmmakers from all around the world, such as Vietnam, Republic of Korea, Thailand, Germany and Central Asia, will present their short films, documentaries and video art during the festival.
The films capture not only universal social issues but also the personal perspective of the filmmakers.
The festival kicks off on October 30, with a selection of short films produced during the DocLab Workshop “Neighbourhood”. This new production reflect the filmmakers’ perspectives on their homes, their neighbourhoods and the people close to them.
The Mini DocFest 2015 ends with the Mini-Workshop “Jesus – A collective film project“ by Michael Brynntrup, where filmmakers will discuss the possibilities and chances of collaboration, on the basis of the collective film project “Jesus – The Film”, and share ideas.
The festival’s program offers audience discussions, film screenings and artist talks, but also plenty of opportunities to connect and talk with those who share interests in film.
The festival, highlighting new trends in creative documentaries by young Vietnamese filmmakers, will conclude on November 4./.