People’s Artist Lê Thi Documentary series Việt Nam Thời Đại Hồ Chí Minh – Biên Niên Sử Truyền Hình (Việt Nam in the Hồ Chí Minh Era – A Television Chronicles) is being shown on Việt Nam National Television. The 90-episodes are made by different film crews but directed by People’s Artist Lê Thi. Nhân Dân Cuối Tuần (People’s Weekend) reporter Luân Vũ spoke to the director about the series. The series is made by different film crews. How do you balance the creativity and the unity of the long-episode series? I worked directly with the crew leaders only. It helped me to find the link through the series and not to interfere to the creativity of filmmakers. The series covers all aspects of a long historical period and follow the chronology. What difficulties did you encounter writing the script? With important milestones such as the August Revolutionary in 1945; the Mậu Thân general offensive and uprising in spring 1968 and the Great Victory of 1975 Spring, we had to make two episodes for each. The perspectives on these important events are reflected in the views of today. Many historical documentaries have been shown on television. How can this stand out from the rest? When I filmed… Read full this story
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