Discovery channel documentary to shoot in việt nam


Vietnamese engineers and technicians joined hands lớn change lives in a remote area of Africa.

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The story inspired Discovery Channel filmmakers khổng lồ make a documentary featuring the hard work of the Vietnamese team and showing the impact they had on local people.

The 24-minute film will air in December on Discovery Asia Pacific and Discovery Africa.

The film crew arrived in nước ta on Wednesday to shoot the film’s final scenes. They are scheduled to stay for one week.

Hà Thục Vân, director of the Red Bridge Company và the production director of the film’s shoot in nước ta, told toàn quốc News the title of the documentary: “Connecting Dreams.”

The film is about Vietnamese people bringing modern technologies to lớn poor countries with the ayên of improving the lives of local people.

The film shows the lives of the Maasai people in Kenya & the Nilotic ethnic group in northern Tanzania.

Their lives have changed thanks to lớn the Military Industry and Telecoms Group Viettel, which overcame huge difficulties lớn bring advanced technologies to underdeveloped areas.

The documentary started filming in late 2017 & has finished shooting in Africa.

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The film crew has visited Việt Nam multiple times already lớn film in Cà Mau and TP Hải Phòng. Now, they return for a shoot in Thành Phố Hà Nội that will kết thúc the documentary.

The seven-member crew includes the Vietnamese-American host of the documentary, Jordan Nguyen. Creative sầu director Vikram Channa, producers Emile Guertin & Ira Tufile and other production staffers also made the trip.

Chanmãng cầu came lớn đất nước hình chữ S in 2009 và 2010 khổng lồ produce a series of documentaries for Discovery including “Mr Long’s Traveling Cinema,” “Jam Buster,” “Digging up the Dead” & “Thousand-year-old City”.

The team will be joined by Vân and assistant producer Nguyễn Thị Thanh khô Hương.

“Channa’s four films tell four quality stories about Việt Nam’s culture and society in the context of integration and urbanisation,” Vân said.

“The story of Vietnamese technicians working in Africa moved us,” said Vân. “You can’t imagine the hard conditions & severe weather they suffered. They did extraordinary work. Audiences will see how technology changed the lives of locals.”

Vân said that the return of Discovery Channel indicates Việt Nam’s successful integration with the world. She said the documentary would introduce more than 600 million viewers to the strength và compassion of the Vietnamese people.

“It is an opportunity to popularise toàn quốc and its people without any cost.”

Vân praised the careful approach of Discover Channel’s filmmakers & content writers. “They want khổng lồ feature ‘Connecting Dreams’ because they like the story & think it can inspire others.”

Minch Thu report on VNN

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