Art documentaries to promote Viet Nam’s tourism

Thursday, December 22, 2016

(National Times)- The most dazzling images of Viet Nam will be featured in two art documentaries commissioned by Viet Nam Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

Two art documentaries, “The highland market” and “Mui Ne - the awakening coast” will be produced as parts of “Promoting Vietnamese Tourism through cinema", a project under the National Program of Tourism Promotion 2016. The project has been implemented by Viet Nam Cinema Department in collaboration with Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism.

Mui Ne, a famous travel destination in Binh Thuan Province, Viet Nam

Both documentaries will have English and French subtitles with the approx. running time of 12 minute for each film. They will feature the most outstanding brands and products of Vietnamese tourism. Through beautiful footages and images, the theme of Viet Nam’s National Tourism Year 2016 “Discover the southern land”, will be presented beautifully and charmingly.

According to officials, these commissioned art documentaries aim to present the country’s most famous landscape, people and attractions. They are expected to become a potential channel to promote Viet Nam’s land and people, as well as the country’s diverse culture to viewers all over the world.

A highland market in Dien Bien 

Once completed, these two films will be screened in various international and national events in tourism and filming industries, including Vietnamese Film Weeks in Singapore and Korea, Vietnamese Film Program in Cuba and Canada, and the 57th Asia – Pacific Film Festival etc. They will also be put on the official websites of Viet Nam Department of Cinema, Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism, and Vietnamese Film Festival etc.  


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