Two documentary films about Vietnam collected in foreign countries to be introduced

A scence in the film "Vietnam: 30 Days in Saigon"
The Vietnam State Archives and Records Department is coordinating with Vietnam Television to broadcast two documentary films recently acquired abroad, namely "Ho Chi Minh in the Land of Lenin", and "Vietnam: 30 Days in Saigon" on the great national festival and anniversary.
The upcoming festivals are the 42nd anniversary of the Liberation of the South and National Unification (Aril 30th), May Day and the 127th anniversary of President Ho Chi Minh’s birthday.
The announcement was made by Nguyen Thi Ha, director of the Centre for Science and Technology under the State Archives and Records Department, at the ceremony to introduce the films held in Hanoi on April 19th.
The two films were recovered as a result of the project collecting precious and rare archives about Vietnam.
The documentary "Ho Chi Minh in the Land of Lenin" (black and white) has been preserved at the Russian State Archive of Documentary Films, produced in 1976 by the Soviet Central Documentary Studios, with a total duration of 30 minutes 20 seconds.

The film is about the activities of President Ho Chi Minh during the establishment of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, President Ho Chi Minh's activities aimed at developing the friendship between the people of Vietnam and the Soviet Union; and President Ho Chi Minh with children, workers, farmers and soldiers in the Soviet Union.
Meanwhile, the documentary "Vietnam: 30 Days in Saigon" (colour film) was produced in 1975 with a total duration of 60 minutes 44 seconds, by French director Jean-Pierre Moscardo.
A scence in the film "Ho Chi Minh in the Land of Lenin" 
The film depicts the last days of the Vietnam War (from April 27th-28th, 1975); images of migrants fleeing the scene and the first days of Saigon under the new leadership of the Provisional Revolutionary Government of South Vietnam./.

Chia sẻ bài viết ^^
Other post

All comments [ 0 ]

Your comments