Sept 30 -- Bill Barnett "Vietnam: A Photographer’s Stories"
Vietnam: A Photographer’s Stories explores the country of Vietnam 35+ years after the Vietnam War ended. Six different parts of the country and a wide variety of photographic locations are included. Approximately 250 still
images, video clips, live narration, locally recorded sounds, and music are blended to tell multimedia stories from a visit to modern Vietnam.
Are you curious about Vietnam 35+ years after the Vietnam War ended? Are you wondering how the country has changed? Do you have an interest in how they view our country’s actions during the Vietnam war? Are you interested in seeing the latest techniques of multimedia storytelling where 250 still images, video clips, live narration, locally recorded sounds, and music are blended to bring a visit to modern Vietnam to life? Then you must see Vietnam: A Photographer’s Stories. Photography took us to six different parts of Vietnam: Ho Chi Minh City, Can Tho, Hoi An, Hanoi, Ha Long Bay,and the tribal region of the north around Bac Ha. Photographic opportunities included: many different markets, the crazy traffic, activities on and near the water, views from the 49th floor of a new financial office tower, a museum and prison associated with the Vietnam war, a park in Hanoi, a water puppet show, activities along the country’s streets and roads, and an afternoon walk through the countryside.