At the headquarters on 465 Hoang Hoa Tham street, Hanoi’s Ba Dinh district, six films will be screened for the public free of charge. These include “Dien Bien Phu” (1964), “Hoi uc Dien Bien (Memories of Dien Bien)” (1994), “Chuyen nhung nguoi linh gia (Stories of old soldiers)” (2017), and “Chia lua cung Dien Bien (Sharing fire with Dien Bien)” (2024).

According to a DSF representative, these films were made by the studio’s artists against the backdrop of the most intense years in the anti-French colonial war and the subsequent process of national building and development up to the present day.

After seven decades of construction and development, Dien Bien Phu has emerged as a beacon in the northwestern region. It serves as an economic, cultural, and tourist hub. The lives of local people have significantly improved, enjoying prosperity and happiness in peace.

The programme aims to bridge the audience with the nation’s history. It ensures that the young generations are always grateful for, pay tribute to, and take pride in the country’s historic achievements and current position.