Documentary films on Hanoi presented for its 1000th birthday

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Documentary films on Hanoi presented for its 1000th birthday

A scene in the film ‘Temple of Literature’

The Hanoitimes - The Vietnam National Documentary and Scientific Film Studio has recently presented its four newly produced documentary films o­n Hanoi to the Hanoi People’s Committee to welcome the city’s 1000th birthday.

Four films are ‘Tim Lai Dau Tich Kinh Thanh Co Thang Long’ (Tracing Thang Long Imperial City), ‘Thanh Pho Ben Song Hong’ (City by the Red River), ‘Văn Mieu – Quoc Tu Giam’ (Temple of Literature) and ‘Song Hong 12 khuc’ (The Twelve-Section Red River).

The film ‘Tracing the Thang Long Imperial City’ features archaeological vestiges of the Thang Long Royal citadel and its cultural and historical value. The film won the Silver Lotus award at the 15th Vietnam Film Festival held in Nam Dinh.

The ‘Temple of Literature’, which was presented the Silver Kite award from the Vietnam Cinematography Association, praises the studious tradition of Vietnamese people and their gratitude to their teachers.

The documentary film ‘City by the Red River’, directed by Phan Thanh Tu and Nguyen Nhu Vu, tells the story of the history and the development of Hanoi.

‘The Twelve-Section Red River’ depicts the cultural and spiritual life of Hanoinians and the Vietnamese people in relation to the Red River.


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