Skyline Media Co. Ltd has successfully executed a series of social media campaigns for multiple horror films, including the Vietnamese movie “Kẻ ăn hồn,” translated as “The Soul Reaper” in English. Directed by the talented Tran Huu Tan, the film garnered remarkable success, generating a record-breaking revenue of VND55 billion within just nine days of its nationwide release. This impressive feat secured its place among the top seven highest-grossing Vietnamese films of 2023.

Building on this momentum, Skyline Media Co. Ltd is proud to introduce four additional Vietnamese films at the prestigious Cannes festival’s film market. These include “Linh miêu,” directed by Luu Thanh Luan, “Nhà gia tiên” by Huynh Lap, “Cô dâu hào môn” from Vu Ngoc Dang, and Hoang Nam’s “Đêm âm hồn.” Each of these films showcases the creativity and talent of Vietnam’s thriving film industry.

The Cannes Film Festival’s Marché du Film is a renowned global film market, established in 1959. This annual event presents a unique platform for audiovisual industry professionals to converge, connect, and explore business opportunities. It facilitates collaborations, co-productions, financing arrangements, and distribution deals, making it a pivotal event for the industry.

This year’s market is anticipated to host approximately 14,000 participants from a diverse range of 140 countries and territories. With hundreds of booths in attendance, it is poised to become a leading international business hub for the film industry. Vietnam’s participation in this market underscores its commitment to connecting with the global film community and fostering cross-cultural cinematic exchanges.

Marking its third attendance at the Cannes festival’s film market, Vietnam is eager to showcase its cinematic talent and engage with international counterparts. The market presents a valuable opportunity for Vietnamese filmmakers to gain exposure, build partnerships, and propel their films onto the global stage.

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