The Vietnamese Film Festival kicks off tomorrow. As a media partner, OneVietnam will be at the festival on certain occasions to help promote the event. This is a special interview with Director Khoa Nguyen, whose film 14 Days (“14 Ngay Phep” in Vietnamese) will screen this Friday, April 8, at the Bowers Museum in Santa Ana. Get to know Khoa and check out what he has to say on cinema, his path to film making, and what directions Vietnamese films need to go in the future.
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