Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports, and Tourism, Ta Quang Dong, emphasized the legendary and inspirational nature of the victory at the opening ceremony. He highlighted how films about Dien Bien Phu, ranging from documentaries to feature presentations, have collectively painted a vivid artistic picture, conveying profound messages about this momentous triumph.

The exhibition offers a unique perspective on the historic Dien Bien Phu Campaign and its cinematic portrayal. It showcases the talent of writers and artists inspired by this pivotal event in history. Visitors will not only gain a deeper understanding of the victory, which echoed across the globe, but also appreciate the serene beauty of Dien Bien province through the displayed artworks.

A collection of 250 captivating photographs takes visitors on a journey through time. These visuals capture the essence of the Dien Bien Phu Campaign, the cinematic interpretations of the victory, the creative minds who were influenced by it, and the modern-day Dien Bien. Additionally, a selection of documentary films further enriches the exhibition, providing a comprehensive understanding of this significant historical event.

The exhibition, extended until May 8, promises an enlightening experience for all attendees, offering a unique blend of history, art, and cultural exploration.