Documentary Film about Vietnamese Artists to be Screened at US Film Festival
The film “Camouflage: Vietnamese Brush Strokes with History” has been officially selected for screening at the 27th Woods Hole Film Festival in the US.
The screening will start at 7.30 pm on Sunday, July 29, 2018 at Morse Hall at Falmouth Academy (7 Highfield Drive, Falmouth, MA 02540, USA)
With a 76-minute duration, “Camouflage” was directed by Bestor Cram and produced by David Thomas, who will both be present at the screening.
The film centers around multiple generations of Vietnamese painters who discuss their work as a revelation of sacrifice and courage. Within the backdrop of modern Vietnam a little known view of the aftermath of America’s war emerges showing what has been concealed, what has been hidden, what has been camouflaged.
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