(Cinet) – On June 6, 3th international Documentary Film Festival with the theme “A country without documentary films is like a family without a photo album” officially opened in Ho Chi Minh city. The 3rd International Documentary Film Festival will take place HCM city on June 6-13 and in Ha Noi on June 8-14. The event was co-organised by seven countries namely Italy, Germany, Switzerland, France, Poland, Denmark, Belgium and Vietnam. The host country will present films including Dieu mua co (Ancient dance) and Ken dong (Bronze trumpet) by director Nguyen Van Huong, Loi ru thi buon (Blue lullaby) by Mac Van Chung, Khoang cach (Distance) by Tran Phi and Di de thay (Go to see) by Dao Thanh Tung. Also screened will be Phan Huyen Thu, Chuyen cua moi nha (Affairs of every household) and Dat lanh (Freezing land) by Nguyen Thuoc. The films focus on various fields including art (painting, dance and music), urbanization, immigration, women’s life and the gap between the rich and the poor. The festivalis an opportunity for filmmakers, as well as audiences having the opportunity to enjoy the works of their own creative style and features of the culture of each country, while share experiences on how to express the diversity of document film, enhancing cultural exchanges between countries.