The Vietnamese documentary film days will take place in Hanoi from March 8-10, according to the National Documentary and Scientific Film Production Studio (DFS).
The programme is jointly held by DSF and the Vietnam Cinematography Association (VCA) in celebration of the VCA’s Canh Dieu (Kite) 2010 awards ceremony, which will be held in Ho Chi Minh City on March 13.
Seven films on different themes that were produced in 2010 will be screened at the event, including a documentary on Vietnamese brides overseas and a story about researcher Nguyen Thi Trang Nha who created a plant that produces both tomato and potato.
Other films deal with the bio-diversity of Ca Mau mangrove forest, the alarming declining food safety, the ancient capital city of Hoa Lu and the preservation of the traditional art of “Tuong” (classical opera).
Admission will be free for the film shows at 465 Hoang Hoa Tham Street , Hanoi.