Thế Giới Nghệ Thuật Entertainment

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Thế Giới Nghệ Thuật Entertainment ("World of Art Entertainment" in English) was a center that produced and distributed famous general musical and dance programs. In 1998, the company made its mark when producing Ho Chi Minh newspaper founded by Lê Hoàng Phước. In 2000, Thế Giới Nghệ Thuật Entertainment released the first video filmed in Toronto, Canada with the name Hoài Linh Video in Toronto.

The last video that the company released was Hoàng Thi Thơ "Một Đời Cho Nghệ Thuật". This was also the last work it performed on the show because the doctor warned the owner that if he got emotional, it would affect his heart.

Logo (1998-2001)

Visuals: On a starfield, a camera pans to the left to reveal Earth spinning. A spark then flies across it, and the white outlined text "Thế Giới Nghệ Thuật" fads in while spinning and leaving light beams. A light then wipes unfolds the company name, and "Entertainment, Inc." in white is shown stretching in below.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A new-age synth pad tune accompanied by a whoosh and a thud.

Availability: Seen on Hoài Linh Video, Hoài Linh Video in Toronto, Hoàng Thi Thơ "Một Đời Cho Nghệ Thuật" and others.

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