Month of Vietnamese films celebrates South's Liberation Day

A month of Vietnamese films will be held across the country, marking national holidays from April 20 to May 20.

A scene in the film Duong xuyen rung (Journey across the forest)

The event aims to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the South's Liberation Day (April 30), Labor Day (May 1), and Uncle Ho's 125th birth anniversary (May 19, 1890).

Movies include Nhung Dua Con Cua Lang (Children of the Village), Nhin Ra Bien Ca (Looking towards Sea), Duong xuyen rung (Journey across the forest), Tieng khen (The sound of Khen- a musical instrument used by the Mong ethnic minority), Dinh cao chien thang (The peak of victory).

They will be screened at National Cinema Center in Hanoi, Hung Dao Theater in Buon Ma Thuot City in the central highland province of Dak Lak, multi-function Film Center in the  northern province of Nghe An and CineBox in Ho Chi Minh City.

The film week aims to honor glorious history and combats, promote patriotism and national pride in building and protecting the country.

The event is organized by the National Cinema Department in cooperation with local film studios.

By Nhu Hoa – Translated by Kim Khanh

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