A film talk as part of the project  ©

British Council. Photo: Nguyen Anh Tu

The FAMLAB (Film, Archive and Music Lab) strand aims to connect Vietnam’s music and film heritage with artists, creative practitioners and other players in the cultural and creative industries.

Initiated by British Council UK, FAMLAB started in 2016 (with a second edition in October, 2018) in the UK as an experimental platform towards engendering possibilities in collaborative work between the worlds of music, film and visual archive. Within the framework of Heritage of Future Past, the Vietnam edition of FAMLAB incorporates a funding initiative, residencies, events and symposiums.

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