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Cinema sector to celebrate national holidays

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Film lovers will have a chance to enjoy selected movies themed on traditional history, revolutionary soldiers, the country’s construction, generations of youth in the war time and renewal period.

A scene in the film Giấc Mơ Thổ Cẩm (Brocade Dream) will be released to the public. — Photo courtesy of the Cinema Department

 

The Department of Cinema will release these new films nationwide from April 27 to May 23 to celebrate national holidays including Reunification Day (April 30), May Day (May 1) and the birthday of President Hồ Chí Minh (May 19).

The films include Mẹ Ơi Con Đã Về (Mom, I’m Home) about the consequences of the war that people suffer, Giấc Mơ Thổ Cẩm (Dream of Brocade) about the effort of young Mường people to uphold the tradition of weaving brocade, and Thời Trẻ Trung Sôi Nổi (Intense Youth) about young people building the economy when the country was reunified.

Programmes about maintaining safety, public order and security for ethnic groups in remote mountainous areas will be also presented to audiences.

The films and programmes will be distributed to the cities and provinces’ cinema centres, film distribution companies and cultural departments across the country.

 

Source: VNS

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