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The Republic of Vietnam, 1955-1975Vietnamese Perspectives on Nation Building$
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Tuong Vu and Sean Fear

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9781501745126

Published to Cornell Scholarship Online: May 2020

DOI: 10.7591/cornell/9781501745126.001.0001

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The Cinema Industry

The Cinema Industry

Chapter:
(p.165) Chapter Fourteen The Cinema Industry
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The Republic of Vietnam, 1955-1975
Author(s):

Kiều Chinh

Publisher:
Cornell University Press
DOI:10.7591/cornell/9781501745126.003.0015

This chapter embarks on a history of Vietnamese cinema as it developed during the Republic of Vietnam period. Due to historical circumstances, Vietnam was deeply influenced by French culture. After the French left, the Republic of Vietnam was assisted by the United States, and American films and English-language films entered the country. In the South, with nearly a million recent migrants from the North, ethnic cultural heritage still remained its unified identity. Talents came from all regions of the country. With these proper first steps, South Vietnam in the First Republic period properly inked the very first page in the history of the national film industry. In addition, the Southern government provided support to help the private cinema industry to recover. International studios were invited into Vietnam to cooperate and help develop the private cinema industry.

Keywords:   Vietnamese cinema, cinema industry, history of cinema, Vietnamese films, Vietnamese film industry, private cinema, international studios

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