Photo exhibition features lively TV programmes’ behind-the-scenes moments

Friday, 2018-12-21 16:06:19
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The special exhibition opens in Da Lat city on December 20. (Photo: NDO/Mai Van Bao)
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NDO – A photo exhibition opened at Da Lat Palace Hotel in Da Lat city, in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong, on December 20, featuring behind-the-scenes moments captured by reporters during their TV programme production.

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The exhibition introduces more than 100 photos to the public through the lenses of TV programme producers on their own work, in which their "studio" consists of the multi-coloured reality of life and the vivid moments of the TV makers during filming.

The event is part of the ongoing 38th National Television Festival which officially opened in Da Lat a day earlier.

Head of the organising board for the festival, director of Lam Dong Radio and TV Station, Nguyen Tan Loc, said that the exhibition was a lively and true recreation of the silent contribution by TV makers conveyed to the public, thereby, offering the community a closer look and understanding about their work, passion and love over their careers.

VTV reporters and colleagues cross a stream during their trip to produce a report on the search for missing persons during flooding. (Photo by Thanh Van, The Tiep, Ngoc Truyen from Lai Chau Radio and TV Station).

Among the 188 entries sent by multiple broadcasters to the event, the organisers have selected 105 photos for display.

According to the jury committee, the photos’ authors have clearly reflected the professional activities of TV producers during their work across the country.

In addition to the majority of documentary works, there are also photos with artistic values through professional use of light, lines, and composition.

A purely traditional Vietnamese context. (Photo by Do Ngoc Xiem, from Nhan Dan TV)

After three days of exhibition, the organising board will announce the winners at the closing ceremony of the 38th National Television Festival on December 22. The organisers will award a first prize, two second prizes, three third prizes and four consolation prizes.

Following are several photos from the exhibition provided by the organisers: