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Film festival makes science fun

Update: October, 21/2013 - 08:56
Children between six and 18 years in Viet Nam will experience how fun it is to learn about nature, environment and new technologies as the third Science Film Festival returns on Thursday.— File Photo

HA NOI (VNS)— Children between six and 18 years in Viet Nam will experience how fun it is to learn about nature, environment and new technologies as the third Science Film Festival returns on Thursday.

Focusing on renewable energies and sustainability, the film festival, from October 24 to December 15, will screen 26 international science films with Vietnamese subtitles for students in 11 cities and provinces across the country.

The public opening at the Goethe-Institut Ha Noi on Saturday will show the international award-winning documentary Chasing Ice – How Climate Change Changes Our Planet: Expedition into the Arctic.

On October 27 and November 2-3 the Goethe-Institut Ha Noi will host activity days with films and games for children and their families.

At the beginning of next month, the institute will present Mekong, a documentary focusing on the question to what extent energy generation by water power has an impact on the lives of inhabitants in the Mekong area in Viet Nam.

The film festival will also take place in the 10 countries in Southeast Asian and the Middle East simultaneously. — VNA/VNS


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