Discovery Channel’s documentary filmed in Vietnam

A film crew from the Discovery Channel will travel to Vietnam on September 26 to film final scenes of the documentary film tilted “Connecting dreams”.
The movie is filmed in Africa.
The movie is filmed in Africa.

The film tells about Vietnamese people who bring modern technology to change the life of people in least developed countries in Africa, such as Tazania, Mozambique, Peru… Vietnam's largest mobile network operator, Viettel has provided new technology to Maasai, a Nilotic ethnic group inhabiting central and southern Kenya and northern Tanzania, and changed their lives.

Started in 2017, the movie was filmed in Africa and locations in Vietnam, including Hanoi, Hai Phong and ca Mau. The picture will take its last scenes in Hanoi, starting on September 26.

Crew members are Vietnamese Australian host, Jodan Nguyen; creative director Vikram Channa, executive producer Emile Guertin, producer Ira Tufile, Vietnamese producer Ha Thuc Van and production assistant Nguyen Thi Thanh Huong.

The 24-minute long documentary will be broadcast in December on on Discovery Channel across Asia and the Pacific and Discovery Africa.