A national festival will be held to honour the best environmental films in Hanoi. The first prize-winning documentary Khi Cò Ốc Trở Về (When Storks Return) at the 6th festival in 2016. Photo thiennhien.net The festival is held every three years by the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources; Vietnam Cinematography Association and Vietnam National Television . “The festival will honour filmmakers who have made environment-themed films,” said Vũ Minh Lý, deputy-head of the ministry’s Environment and Natural Resources Communication Centre. “The cinematographic and television works with valuable content that raise awareness about environmental protection will be honoured at the festival.” Organisations and individuals across the country are invited to attend the festival with works produced between January 1, 2016 to October 15, 2019. There are four categories including documentary, science, reportage and cartoons. One first prize, one second prize and two third prizes will be awarded in each category. There are two rounds with different judge panels. The final panel will be film and television directors; writers; journalists and environmental scientists. Attending and speaking at the press conference held in Hanoi yesterday, script writer Nguyễn Thị Hồng Ngát, standing deputy-president of the cinematography association is honoured to have attended… Read full this story
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