When We Were Twenty [Khi ta 20] (15 mins., 2010), directed by Nguyen Anh Thu, is a documentary about three young women facing life choices.
Hard Times for Coal Miners [Oc dao gio] (10 mins., 2012), directed by Le My Cuong is a documentary about the coal miners who work in the northernmost harbor region of Vietnam.
Give Me a Ticket to My Childhood [Cho toi mot ve ve tuoi tho] (15 mins., 2012), directed by Nguyen Thi Minh Phuong, tells the story of a family of two children. The parents love their children but are constantly facing problems.
The Banana Vendors Love [Tinh anh ban chuoi] (15 mins., 2011), directed by Huynh Thanh Sy, is a story of a young man from Tra Vinh who comes to Ho Chi Minh City and finds a job as a banana street vendor. One day, he meets a disabled girl selling lotto tickets.
Hugging Honda [Xe om] (25 mins., 2011), directed by Nguyen Thị Tham, is the true story of Vo Thi Nguyet, who for more than 20 years drove a hugging Honda (a one-seat motorbike taxi), based at the East City bus station of Ho Chi Minh City. She has been a Fairy Mother Au Co" for countless students. Every year, she drives students for free to take the college entrance exams.