The film is set to compete in the Grand Prix for the Best Film Awards which has a total grant of EUR20,000.

The festival is scheduled to be held in Tallinn, the capital city of Estonia, from November 11 to November 27.

The Official Selection – Competition is an international non-specialised competition which presents feature-length films of 60 minutes and over from around the world which were produced after September 15, 2021.

Held in 1997, the PÖFF has since grown into one of the largest film festivals in Northern Europe and busiest regional industry platforms, hosting more than 1,000 international guests, screening around 250 feature films, as well as more than 300 shorts and animations. In addition, the film festival usually receives an attendance of 80,000 people annually.

PÖFF’s programme philosophy strives for cultural and genre diversity and dynamism, showcasing established filmmakers and masters alongside newcomers with films coming from around 70 different countries. The festival is part of the A-category, a selection of the 15 top global festivals, including Cannes, Berlinale, Venice, Karlovy Vary, San Sebastian, Shanghai, and Tokyo.

As part of the occasion, the Vietnamese movie will also make its international premiere and will compete in 11 other international film festivals scheduled to run from November 2022 to May 2023.

The piece was also invited to become the opening film of an upcoming art martial film festival held in the Republic of Korea, whilst it will also compete at an Indian film festival in early 2023.

“578 Magnum” is a Vietnamese action-thriller film about a father who is ready to hunt down the entire criminal underworld for his daughter. The film features a number of local movie stars, including Alexandre Nguyen, Hoang Phuc Nguyen, H’Hen Nie, Nguyen Lam Thao Tam, Jessica Minh Anh, and Anh Tuan Hac.