Activities in celebration of Vietnam's August Revolution and National Day
Film lovers will be able to enjoy selected films about history, revolutionary soldiers, exemplary people and generations of youth in wartime and remote areas.
Many cities across the country have held programs full of activities to celebrate the 78th anniversary of the August Revolution and the National Day of Vietnam [September 2, 1945-2023].
The activities during a four-day holiday aim to educate the young generation in patriotic traditions, the will for independence, the desire for peace, and the spirit of great national unity.
Among the activities, an exhibition entitled "Our Country" was opened in Hanoi.
The exhibition features more than 80 outstanding landscape paintings selected from the modern art collections of the Fine Arts Museum, created by famous artists from different generations. They include painters who graduated from the Indochina Art School and those who were trained in the Resistance Art Courses, as well as younger generations of artists.
A painting displayed at the exhibition "Our Country". Photo: Vietnam Fine Arts Museum
The beauty of Vietnam's various regions is vividly depicted through the artists' perspectives and diverse styles. Popular destinations in the country, such as Ban Gioc Waterfall, Nha Trang and Phu Quoc are displayed in the exhibition, reflecting the artists' love for their homeland.
The country is a source of inspiration for many art forms, said Nguyen Anh Minh, Director of the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum, adding that it is an inexhaustible source of emotions that every artist wants to convey with affection and talent.
"This is the first time the museum has combined a conventional method of displaying artworks with digital technology and cinematography. With this new experience, the exhibition is expected to nurture the love for art and the country," he said.
The exhibition will be open until September 10 on the second floor of Building B of the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum (No. 66 Nguyen Thai Hoc, Ba Dinh, Hanoi).
Film series to commemorate August Revolution and National Day
The documentary film "Ho Chi Minh in 1946" by Viet King Media is presented to the audience. Photo from the documentary
Film lovers will be able to enjoy the film Ho Chi Minh in 1946, produced by Viet King Media Joint Stock Company, and other selected films on history, revolutionary soldiers, exemplary people, and generations of youth in wartime and remote areas.
There will also be two animated films, including Giac mo lam me (Dream of Being a Mother) by Vietnam Animation Joint Stock Company and Vuot qua duong nuoc den (Crossing the Black Current of Water) by Giai Phong (Liberation) Film Studio.
Organized by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the event will be held in provinces and cities across the country until September 5.
"78 Years Since the Revolutionary Autumn
The exhibition, titled "78 Years since the Revolutionary Autumn", displays some 300 documents, books and articles on the Party's leadership in the revolutionary movement in the 1930-1945 period, the August Revolution, the birth of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, and the achievements in nation building over the past 78 years.
Works on display at the exhibition. Photo: Hanoi Library
The exhibition also seeks to introduce visitors to the remarkable achievements of the country and Hanoi in various fields of politics, economy, culture and society, thereby arousing their patriotism, solidarity and contribution to national construction and defense.
The exhibition will run until September 4 at Hanoi Library, 47 Ba Trieu Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi.
Ho Chi Minh City to light fireworks on National Day
Ho Chi Minh City will mark the celebrations with an aerial fireworks display over the Saigon River and a ground fireworks display at Dam Sen Cultural Park from 9 pm to 9.15 pm on September 2.
The city will also organize a street art lighting program and a special art performance to mark the important event, which will be held on Nguyen Hue Pedestrian Street from 8 pm to 10 pm on September 2.
In addition, the city has planned a hot air balloon flight on Nguyen Thien Thanh Street in Thu Thiem New Urban Area in Thu Duc City on September 2 and 3.
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