“Glorious Ashes,” “The House Of No Man,” “Nhot Must Marry,” and “A Fragile Flower,” will be screened at the festival’s Vietnam film days alongside two short films as part of the occasion.

This marks the first time that the event has had Vietnam film days taking place as one of the activities during the course of the AWFF.

Among the 100 films from 50 Asian countries, “Glorious Ashes” and “Wind” will represent the nation to compete in long and short film categories.

Furthermore, director Mai Thu Huyen who is in charge of “A Fragile Flower” has been invited to work as a judge in the short film category.

The annual AWFF will last through to November 17, showcasing the best of a broad selection of Asian and global cinema in Los Angeles as part of efforts to draw greater recognition to the region’s wealth of filmmakers whilst strengthening ties between the Asian and Hollywood film industries.