Join us in Celebrating the Life and Films of Vietnam's Greatest Filmmaker who will also be in attendance on 10/15.
In support of the conference "Engaging with Viet Nam - An Interdisciplinary Dialogue," CSEAS presented two films with Vietnamese themes.
Hanh, a dutiful wife and schoolteacher in a rural village, enjoys a happy marriage with her husband Phoung, the local school headmaster. However, Hanh is childless...
Following the Geneva Accords, Ben Hai river became the provisional line dividing the North and South regions...
CSEAS in cooperation with the Institute for Vietnamese Culture and Education (IVCE) invites you to a special Hawai'i premiere screening.
Nguyen, a westernized nobleman and landowner, befriends Tam, a "dan day" (three-stringed instrument) player after the latter is accused of murder.
Adapted from the novel "Storm at the Seaside," this anti-Catholic melodrama set in North Viet Nam in the 1950's presents a sweeping view of the early days of the post-French era.
Spanning the turbulent period from 1954 to 1966, the controversial Áo Lụa Hà Đông begins in the picturesque town of Hà Đông just prior to the collapse of French colonial rule.
Dong Loc Crossroad is a true-life story of eleven members of an all-female unit of north Vietnamese volunteers charged with the task of detonating unexploded ordnance during the Viet Nam War.
A Vietnamese Double Feature - Passerine Bird and Traveling Circus!