A leading production company from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam specializing in television, music, and fashion events.

Now operating in Toronto, Canada.


The essence of AV Production lies in its dedication to creativity, its thoughtful customer care, its empathy and willingness to listen so that the best possible results can be achieved.


AV Production is a collective group of experienced and dedicated professionals that came together through working side by side, handling exacting tasks in demanding projects. The company always gathers around it many of the best creative teams as well as professional and respected directors with the aim of providing clients with products that are highly creative and as perfect as humanly possible. Possessing and employing modern equipment and techniques for professional television, music concerts and cultural events, AV Production also allies itself with leading suppliers and post-production companies in Vietnam as well as in South East Asia with the aim of bringing the best products to the market.



Pham Hoang Nam (Nam Pham) is a veteran director and filmmaker of the Vietnamese film, television and concert industries for more than 20 years. Pham is best-known for his work as director and producer for various television commercials and programs, music concerts and fashion shows in Vietnam. He has worked with world-class artists including Jackie Chan, Kelly Clarkson, Shayne Ward, Lenka, My Chemical Romance, Il Divo and many more. He also produces annual fashion showcases for ELLE, Harper's Bazaar and F Magazine. He directed the 2005 docu-series, Tomorrow is Yours and Mine, produced by the United Nations and starring Jackie Chan.

He is a member of the Vietnam Cinema Association, Ho Chi Minh City Cinema Association and a former lecturer at the National Theatre and Cinema University, Vietnam.


Mobile: +1 (647) 971-8823
Email: namph3000@gmail.com


Luoi Dao (dir. Le Hoang, 1995)

audience award, fukuoka film festival (japan)

A Thousand Mile Journey (dir. Le Hoang, 1996)

bronze rose award, the bergamo film meeting

Hai Nguyet (dir. My Ha, 1997)

audience award, fukuoka film festival (japan)

Me Thao: There Was a Time When (dir. Viet Linh, 1999)

The Golden Rose Award, the bergamo film meeting