Films to be screened during national holidays

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The Hanoitimes - A series of films will be screened throughout the country from April 24 to May 30 to mark upcoming national holidays, including Liberation Day (April 30), May Day, Dien Bien Phu Victory (May 7) and President Ho Chi Minh’s birthday (May 19).

The Hanoitimes - A series of films will be screened throughout the country from April 24 to May 30 to mark upcoming national holidays, including Liberation Day (April 30), May Day, Dien Bien Phu Victory (May 7) and President Ho Chi Minh’s birthday (May 19).

The opening o­n April 24 at the National Cinema Centre in Hanoi will feature a documentary o­n General Doan Khue by the People’s Army Cinematography Studio and the feature film ‘Mui Co Chay’ (The Scent of Burnt Grass) by the Vietnam Feature Film Studio.

After the launching in Hanoi , the films will be shown to the public in all cities and provinces across the country, particularly aiming to attract war and revolutionary veterans, Vietnamese heroic mothers, national contributors, and members of the armed forces.

Other movies to be featured during the event include ‘Dung Dot’ (Don’t Burn), ‘Nhin Ra Bien Ca’ (Look at the Sea), ‘Giai Phong Sai Gon’ (Liberating Saigon) and ‘Buoc Ngoat’ (Turning Point). Films celebrating the land and people of Quang Tri province, such as ‘Ban Tho Me’ (Mother’s Altar), ‘Que Cha Dat To’ (Fatherland) and ‘Ngay Cuoi Cung Cua Chien Tranh’ (The Last Day of War), will also be shown to mark the 40th anniversary of the province’s liberation (May 1, 1972-2012).

The film series is sponsored and organized jointly by the Cinematography Department, the Vietnam Feature Film Studio and the National Cinema Centre.

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