The project on restoring and preserving documentary films kept at the National Documentary and Scientific Film Production Studio will be continued with the assistance from the Belgium’s Wallonie - Bruxelles Delegation.

Began in April, 2014, the project has restored more than 4,000 film rolls, in which 3,000 rolls with over 800,000 film metres have been upgraded with the Vietnam Film Institute’s support.

In the coming phase 2, the project plans to focus on building specialised facilities in service of the preservation and restoration of films in need.

According to Pham Thi Tuyet, Director of the Studio, over the past six decades, the Studio has collected and kept 12,000 celluloid films and more than 3,000 video tapes.-VNA