HCM CITY (VNS) — The Dong Nai Province's Radio and Television Station (DNTV) will broadcast a documentary series featuring friendship ties between Viet Nam, Laos and Cambodia.
The 30-part film, Dong Duong Chung Mot Chien Hao (Indochine Countries are Comrade in Arms), highlights the relationships of people and soldiers of the three countries in different eras.
It focuses on historic events in 1858 when the coalition forces of France and Spain arrived near Son Tra Island to attack Viet Nam and the Indochinese Peninsula later.
It also features the three countries' history, culture and lifestyle.
The film used reports and interviews produced by the national TV stations of Laos and Cambodia.
The DNTV film staff spent two years working with its partners to complete the documentaries. The film was produced to celebrate the 71st anniversary of the Viet Nam People's Army.
The film's 25-minute segments will begin broadcast on BTV2 and BTV1 channels on December 22 every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 9.30pm.
It will be subtitled in Lao and Khmer, and released in the two countries as well. — VNS