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Overseas Broadcasting of The War That Changed The World Receiving Fervent Response

2017-11-13 14:51

On April 2017, the Documentary Film The War That Changed The World, co-presented by TV Program Department of China International Television Corporation/China Radio, Film & Television Programs Exchanging Center, CCTV-10 and Australian Wild Bear Corporation, has been broadcast in Viasat History – European mainstream historical, cultural and social TV channel. With doubled average audience rating of this channel, the Film has set off a new wave of great viewing fervor.

Poster of The War That Changed The World

Poster ofThe War That Changed The World

As a documentary film themed on world anti-fascist,The War That Changed The World is to demonstrate 14-year Anti-Japanese War in global pattern with broadly international perspective, and to review and interpret the oriental battlefield against fascist in the whole frame of the war. During the broadcast in Viasat History, local audiences made their comments in foreign social media as follows:” I am always searching for a high-quality documentary film theme on World War II,The War That Changed The World is undoubtedly one of them.”; “ is the best World War II-themed documentary film I’ve ever seen.”

Before then,The War That Changed The World had been broadcast in Australian FOXTEL history channel in May 2016 with the audience rating up to 35%, which is higher than other programs at the same period. Such program has been recognized and praised by local audience.

(Premier of The War That Changed The World in Australia in 2016)

(Premier ofThe War That Changed The World in Australia in 2016)

World Anti-fascist War happened 70 years ago is a kind of final fight determining the world future and mankind fate. In the past, countless recording works have demonstrated videos from different perspective or presenting with different fragment, but it is the first time to focus on the oriental battlefield against fascist as well as review and interpret 14-year War of Resistance from the international angle and global landscape. As British Historian Antony Beevor evaluated, “As for World War II, the Anti-Japanese War is considered as the lost one in the Tangram”. As the documentary film themed on global anti-fascist war initially cooperated between Australia and China,The War That Changed The World has perfectly supplemented such “Lost Tangram”.