HKFilm is one of the top film production companies based in Vietnam.We have experience in almost every genre of filmmaking. In our first seven years, we have shot more than ten feature films and seven TV series, Gameshow, Reality Show, Talkshow and so on. Meanwhile, our television commercial arm has been expanding every year. You will see from our site that we are also passionate about documentary films.
HKFilm Crew is the best full Film and TV production service crew management agency in Vietnam. We only represent the very best film and television crew. They have been hand picked, so you know that if you find them here on the HKFilm Crew website, then you are dealing with talented, reliable industry professionals.
HKFilm Crew provide services from film crew hire to camera operation. In addition, our agents have experience in all forms of film and TV production including television programs, promos and TV Commercials, feature films and corporate films.
Whether it’s picture or sound post, the preservation, restoration and archiving of your media assets, or full digital content services, we have the right combination of award-winning staff and technology to overcome any challenge.
We deliver all our services to you in a FACT accredited environment through bespoke digital storage systems, workflow management and tracking tools.
Home to Filmmakers
Xine House was founded to address Phan Gia Nhat Linh’s personal need for a space to chat with friends about cinematology and network with other youth involved in film. Now, a year later, Xine House is one of the most active creative spaces in Ho Chi Minh City for young cinema lovers.
Recognized for his contributions to many Vietnamese films such as “Em la ba noi cua anh” (“Sweet 20”) and “Co gai đen tu hom qua” (“The Girl from Yesterday”), Phan Gia Nhat Linh firmly invested his heart and passion into curating this creative space. Currently, Xine House focuses on two main activities: screen talk (film screening and discussion) and film-making classes.
This year, Xine House plans to launch “Linh Tinh Lang Tang.” In this series, people will be able to present a movie idea or three-minute story, receive feedback, and potentially experiment with the film-making process. “With the creative atmosphere at Xine House, everything, from the field of cinematology to visual storytelling, starts from stories,” Director Nhat Linh added.
Address: Room 1404 Section D, Pham Viet Chanh Apartment, 79 Pham Viet Chanh, W.19, D.Binh Thanh, HCMC
Contact: Xinê House Facebook
48 Hours Film Project
Who We Are
The 48 Hour Film Project is a wild and sleepless weekend in which you and your team have a blast making a movie. All writing, shooting, editing and scoring must be completed in just 48 hours.
On Friday night, you are assigned a character, a prop, a line of dialogue and a genre, that must be included in your movie. 48 hours later, you must submit your film. Next? Your masterpiece will show on the big screen of a local theater!
In 2013 the 48HFP will visit more than 120 cities where more than 60,000 people will make short films. The Project has truly spread to the four corners of the globe as filmmakers from Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and the Americas will compete to see who can make the best short film in a weekend.
The 48 Hour Film Project’s mission is to advance filmmaking and promote filmmakers. Through its festival/competition, the Project encourages filmmakers and would-be filmmakers to get out there and make movies. The tight deadline of 48 hours puts the focus squarely on the filmmakers—emphasizing creativity and teamwork skills. While the time limit places an unusual restriction on the filmmakers, it is also liberating by putting an emphasis on “doing” instead of “talking.”
Back in May 2001, Mark Ruppert came up with a crazy idea: to try to make a film in 48 hours. He quickly enlisted his filmmaking partner, Liz Langston, and several other DC filmmakers to form their own teams and join him in this experiment. The big question back then was: “Would films made in only 48 hours even be watchable?”
The answer was a resounding yes, and now ten years later and with more than 700 competitions having taken place around the world, it is amazing to consider the success of the Project. 2013 marks the 12th time we’ve visited Atlanta, Los Angeles, New York and Austin, and the 14th time for DC.
Our smallest team has consisted of one person who sets up the camera then runs around to be “on-camera”. Our largest team to date was a team from Albuquerque with 116 people and 30 horses! We’ve had about 25,000 teams in the Project over the years, and at 13 people per team, that translates to roughly 325,000 people who have answered the call to come on out and make a movie.
is honored to sponsor this project in Vietnam
A seriously cool new film development program
If you had the power to choose to make a film in any time or place in the Universe – when or where would you choose? Another planet or perhaps another time or reality on Earth?
Filmmakers, Animators and Machinimatographers’ will have 28 days, to write, shoot, edit, produce and upload their creative masterpieces.
Did you know, the most popular and highest grossing films in the world are Science Fiction? With the exception of Titanic, the top 5 most popular films are Avatar – The Avengers – Harry Potter (Deathly Hallows Pt.2) – Iron Man 3 – Transformers: Dark Moon.
is honored to sponsor this project in Vietnam
YxineFF (Yxine Film Fest) is an annual online international short film festival at www.yxineff.com.
With the slogan “Sharing. Love. Cinema“, YxineFF’s target audience is young independent filmmakers and cinema lovers.
YxineFF’s first edition commenced in May 2010. YxineFF is a voluntary, non-profit and independent project.
The YxineFF project receives support from many organizations, companies and individuals, including the Danish Cultural Development & Exchange Fund, Goethe Institute Vietnam,British Council Vietnam and the U.S Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City.
YxineFF 2013 is themed “Choice“, following ‘Individual’ (2012), ‘Belief’ (2011) and ‘Love’ (2010).