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2013: Award-winning films at the 8th European Environment Festival “Green Wave – 21 st Century”, 27 – 29 September, 2013

In accordance with the aims and Regulations of the 8th European Environment Festival, the International jury adjudged the following awards:

Grand Stork's Nest Prize for Documentaries:

• Dumped and forgotten, SWR, Germany, 2013
Director: Manfred Ladwig, Thomas Reutter

A film examining the huge problem of radioactive waste and showing how ill-considered actions return like a boomerang to their perpetrators.

• Bleeding oil, ENVIRONMENTAL ASSOCIATION ZA ZEMIATA - FRIENDS OF THE EARTH BULGARIA, CEE BANKWATCH NETWORK, Bulgaria, 2013
Director: Genadi Kondarev

A film dedicated to the predatory extraction of natural resources in developing countries and the cynicism of oil companies.

Special Mentions:

• Horizon, IBIS FILM AS, Norway, 2013
Director: Skule Eriksen

An ecological impression of the primeval exquisiteness of nature, which must be conserved.

• Lament of Yumen, HUAQING JIN TRAINING CAMP, China, 2012
Director: Huaqing Jin

The tragedy of a community arising from its over-dependence on the extraction of non-renewable energy sources.

Grand Stork's Nest Prize for Scientific and Educational films:

• Ant Wars, ARTE, France & Germany, 2012
Director: Stefan Geier

A scientifically authoritative film on the dangers of ecosystem disruption due to the introduction of invasive species, hinting at a metaphor for human society.

Special Mentions:

• Cerrado Beyond the Mist, Brasil, 2013
Director: Christian Spencer, Marc Egger


A masterful picture of colour and light in the magnificence of nature.

Grand Stork's Nest Prize for TV programmes, dedicated to ecology and environmental protection:

• The Bluefin Tuna, ZDF/ARTE, Germany, 2012
Director: Christopher Gerisch

A film examining an in-depth scientific approach and specific action to increase the population of the threatened bluefin tuna as an example of nurturing the recovery of the richness of nature and biodiversity.

Special Mentions:

• Ecopia: Intelligent Building, Sustainable Living/Part 5: Modern Culture Temples, DEUTSCHE WELLE, Germany, 2012
Director: Eva Richter

A film about the trinity of architecture, ecology and harmony as a model for construction in the future.

Grand Stork's Nest Prize for Tourist films and productions about the protection of cultural heritage:

• Fish Worship, BUREAU FOR EXTERNAL CULTURAL RELATIONS, MINISTRY OF CULTURE, P. R. CHINA, China, 2013
Director: Wei Guohai

A film on the mythological connection of humans with the natural environment as a path towards spiritual equilibrium and physical longevity.

Grand Stork's Nest Prize for the Best Balkan films:

• Briquettes from fates, BNT, Bulgaria, 2013
Director: Tzvetan Simeonov

A dramatic story about the serious consequences of damaging human activities on local people, hinting at the need for a transition to renewable energy sources.

Chair of the International jury:
Roumiana Taslakowa (Germany)

Members of the jury:

Prof. Bojidar Manov (Bulgaria)
Ivan Mitevski (Macedonia)
Mark Bossanyi (United Kingdom)
Prof. Zdravko Kamenov, MD, PhD (Bulgaria)

29. 09. 2013
Kardzhali, Bulgaria

Additional Awards:

Kardzhali Municipality Mayor’s Award 2013:

• The Tale of Orpheus, Bulgaria, 2013

Director: Iana Mileva, Dobrin Keresteliev

2012: Award-winning films at the 7th European Environment Festival “Green Wave – 21 st Century”, 27 – 29 September, Kardzhali, Bulgaria

In accordance with the aims and Regulations of the 7th European Environment Festival, the International jury adjudged the following awards:

Grand Stork's Nest Prize for Documentaries:

• Oil for Nothing, CEE BANKWATCH NETWORK, Italy&Czech Republic&UK&France&Bulgaria&Nigeria&Germany, 2011

A wide-ranging analysis of the damaging impacts of fossil fuel extraction

Special Mentions:

• Warmzeit, Luethje Schneider Hoerl | Film, Germany, 2012

A comprehensive overview of global climate change issues

• Earth Witness, Public Service Broadcasting Trust, India, 2011

A film with a strong message and educational content about the wide range of damage to the biosphere caused by human interference

Grand Stork's Nest Prize for Scientific and Educational films:

• The Limits of Light, ORF (Austrian Broadcasting Corp.), Austria, 2011

A film showing one of the ways in which other species have more finely-honed senses than humans

Special Mentions:

• Wild Scandinavia – Sweden, Gulo Film Productions, Germany, 2011

A film showing the beauty and harmony of life in difficult natural conditions

• Sea Magpie, Lennauchfilm, Russia, 2011

Devotion to the oystercatcher captured on film

Grand Stork's Nest Prize for TV programmes, dedicated to ecology and environmental protection:

• Clean Water, bTV Media Group, Bulgaria, 2012

A highly influential report on criminal negligence with regard to a crucial environmental factor: the water supply

Special Mentions:

• Trash tour, RAI Report, Italy, 2011

A film tracing the trans-continental migration hazardous wastes used as a raw material for the production of toxic products, showing that the only protection from them is not to produce them in the first place

• Ecopia – co Cities, Deutsche Welle, Germany, 2012

A film showing possibilities for environmentally friendly construction in various parts of the world

• Wild Nairobi: Where leopards creep through gardens, ORF, Austria, 2012

An unusual angle on the interaction between large cities and wildlife

Grand Stork's Nest Prize for Travel films and productions about the protection of cultural and natural heritage:

• A tree can only bear one bird’s nest, Bureau for External Cultural Relations, Ministry of Culture, P. R. China, 2010

A focus on demographic issues on the planet and ways to solve them

Special Mentions:

• Dogona, Osmoza Production - Karter Film, Belgium&Republic of Macedonia, 2010

A close encounter between two apparently very different cultures

• The Green Pharmacy, NOVA elevision, Bulgaria, 2012

A film dedicated to the preservation of accumulated experience in living in harmony with nature and handing it down to future generations

• The Chosen Ones: Last Witnesses, Ginka Tscholakowa-Henle, Bulgaria, 2010

A broad ranging documentary account of fire-dancing traditions in South-East Bulgaria

Grand Stork's Nest Prize for the Best Balkan films:

• The Bisser Case, BNT-Plovdiv (Bulgarian National Television), Bulgaria, 2012

A film about a predictable and avoidable disaster occurring as a result of institutions passing the responsibility onto others

Grand Stork's Nest Prize for Video spots:

• Farmer Jack, IL Luster Productions, the Netherlands, 2012

A laconically expressed accent of the risks involved in artificial chemical and genetic methods to force agricultural production

Special Mentions:

• The Last Fishermen, Greenpeace UK, United Kingdom, 2012

A convincing account of the effects of predatory exploitation of natural resources

Chair of the International jury:
Roumiana Taslakowa (Germany)
Members of the jury:
Ivan Mitevski (Macedonia)
Ognjen Radulovic (Montenegro)
Mark Bossanyi (United Kingdom)
Prof. Zdravko Kamenov, MD, PhD (Bulgaria)

Additional Awards:

Kardzhali Municipality Mayor’s Award:

• The Chosen Ones: Last Witnesses, Ginka Tscholakowa-Henle, Bulgaria, 2010

Association of the Ground Forces of the Republic of Bulgaria Award:

• The Bisser Case, BNT-Plovdiv (Bulgarian National Television), Bulgaria, 2012

2011: Award-winning films at the 6th European Environment Festival “Green Wave - 21st Century”, Kardzhali, Bulgaria

Grand Stork's Nest Prize for documentary films:

  • Radioactive Wolves, Austria, 2010, ORF Natural History Unit, Klaus Feichtenberger
    An examination of the impact of one of the world's worst environmental disasters on the entire ecosystem;

and

  • All that Glitters, Czech Republic, 2010, CEE Bankwatch Network, Tomáš Kudrna
    An in-depth analysis of the complex interaction between the natural environment, economic and social factors;

Grand Stork's Nest Prize for Scientific and Educational films:

  • Unsteady Ground: The Threat of Massive Landslides, Japan, 2010, NHK/Japan Broadcasting Corp., Takeshi Shibasaki
    An investigation into the causes of a landslide on an unprecedented scale which erased an entire settlement from the map;

Grand Stork's Nest Prize for TV programmes, dedicated to ecology and environmental protection:

  • Architects of Change - Nothing Is Lost, France/Canada, 2009, Lato Sensu Productions - Groupe PVP, Jean Bourbonnais, Sylvain Braun
    A powerful film about successful solutions to three global environmental problems in various regions of the world;

Grand Stork's Nest Prize for Productions on natural and cultural heritage conservation:

  • Caring for the Lagoon, France/UK, 2011, LVP
    An example set by islanders in conserving the environment in which they live;
     

Grand Stork's Nest Prize for the Best Balkan films:

  • Tulumcu, Turkey, 2011,TRT/Turkish Radio Television Corporation, Murat Aksoy
    A film on cultural heritage preservation in the Balkans;

Grand Stork's Nest Prize for video clips and spots: no prize is awarded.

Special mentions: 

  • Surviving the Tsunami, Documentary films, Japan, 2011, NHK/Japan Broadcasting Corp., Tetsuji Miyagawa
    The dramatic stories of survivors from the disaster in Japan in March 2011;
  • Butterflies Go, Scientific and Educational films, the Netherlands, 2010, ABWildlife Productions BV, Josephine Hamming
    An exquisite cinematic account of the migration of a remarkable species of butterfly;
  • Barging into the Genome and Climat Games, TV programmes, dedicated to ecology and environmental protection, Bulgaria, Bulgarian National Television, 2010, Tzvetan Simeonov
    Two films dedicated to global environmental issues - genetically modified organisms and climate change, testifying to the author's in-depth involvement in environmental protection;
  • How to Survive, TV programmes, dedicated to ecology and environmental protection, Serbia, 2010, PL Globus Film, Petar Lalovic
    A masterful and highly symbolic account of a conflict between instinct and emotion in the animal world;
  • When We Were a Zoo, Video spots, Italy, 2011, Fondazione Bioparco di Roma
    A short film about the appearance of new awareness-raising approaches to a traditional form of contact between humans and other animals.

Chair of the International jury:
Roumiana Taslakowa (Germany)

Members of the jury:

Eldora Traykova (Bulgaria)

Ivan Mitevski (Macedonia)

Mark Bossanyi (United Kingdom)

Prof. Zdravko Kamenov, MD, PhD (Bulgaria)

Special Awards:

Kardzhali Municipality Mayor’s Award:

  • Winter by Studen Kladenez, Bulgaria, Bulgarian National Television, 2009, Dobrin Keresteliev, Kamen Kolev, Pavlina Mihailova;
  • Black Vultures 2010, Bulgaria, Bulgarian National Television, 2010, Svidas, Krasimir Simeonov, Dobrin Keresteliev, Katerina Zareva.

Association of the Ground Forces of the Republic of Bulgaria Award:

  • Fate of the Sea, Bulgaria, 2010, Bulgarian National Television, Tzvetelina Atanasova, Marta Ilieva, Nedyalko Danov, Ivan Hristov.

2009: Awarded films of the 5th European Environment Festival „Green Wave – 21st Century”, 10 – 12 July 2009, Koprivstitsa, Bulgaria

  • The Stork Nest Grand Prix for Documentary films ex equip:

Eco crimes: The Tibet Connection, Westdeutsche Rundfunk/ARTE, Germany, Heinz Greuling, Thomas Weidenbach – an investigation of the mass killing of the Indian tiger, with an optimistic outcome after the intervention of ecologists;

and

The End of the Jungle Forest – As Garden Furniture in Europe, Germany, ARD, Manfred Ladwig, Thomas Reutter – an example of a heroic, outspoken journalistic investigation;

  • The Stork Nest Grand Prix for Scientific and Educational films: Invasion – Nature on the Move, Germany, ZDF, Sabine Armsen, Christine Haak, Juergen J. Grosse - a film which focuses on new, unfavorable consequences of global mobility in the modern world;
  • The Stork Nest Grand Prix for TV programmes: Cleansing, BNT, Bulgaria, Grigory Nedyalkov and Milan Kuzov - a film which presents innovative solutions to a global ecological problem;
  • The Stork Nest Grand Prix for travel and cultural heritage films: Fire and Water, Macedonia, Kiro Urdin – a convincing reminder of the catastrophic consequences of human influence on the natural environment;
  • The Stork Nest Grand Prix for the Best Balkan film: How Is It Possible to Sell the Sky and Warmth of the Earth, Serbia, Petar Lalovic – an emotional narrative on destructive human attitudes to nature and a vision of a favorable outcome;
  • The Stork Nest Grand Prix for TV spots: no prize is awarded.

Special mention:

  • The Strait, The Gate Way to the Worlds, Spain, Alberto Gomez Latorre - a broad view of the human impact on environmental processes at the crossroads of Europe and Africa
  • Waterproof, The Netherlands, Joshka Wessels – the consequences of global warming and the survival strategies of a vulnerable nation
  • Once There was a Hill – The Beremend Lump, Hungary, Jozsef Safrany - a story about how unrestrained human activity can even destroy a mountain
  • The Toxins Return, Germany, Inge Altemeier, Reinhard Hornung – a film about how the ‘toxic boomerang’ impacts on European civilization
  • The Architects of Change, The Need of Biodiversity, France - five successful approaches to preserving the world’s biodiversity.
  • Special Awards:
  • Koprivstitsa Mayor’s Award to: Memories of Never, Romania, Viorel Costea for the consequences of the human activity on the environment, but also on its own species;
  • Department of Museums - town of Koprivstitsa Award to: The Medieval Fortresses of the Eastern Rodopy, Plovdiv Regional TV Centre, Bulgarian National Television, Zlatin Boyadzhiev for the convincing and exciting presentation of an historical period with determinant consequences not only for Bulgaria but also for Europe;
  • The award of the State Forestry Agency to: Tiles of the Trigrad Gorge, Bulgarian National Television, Dobrin Keresteliev and Kamen Kolev;
  • “St. Ivan Rilski” Association Award to: The terrible people’s misfortune, Plovdiv Regional TV Centre, Bulgarian National Television, Tzvetan Simeonov.

2008: Awarded films of the 4th International Environment Festival “Green Wave – 21st Century”, 4 - 6 July, 2008, Koprivstitsa, Bulgaria

The Stork Nest Grand Prix for documentary films ex equip

Living with Shame, Taizhou TV Station, China, for its insight into the personal life of contemporary victims of unbridled economic development;

Banko and Dobri, For the Earth (“Za zemiata”) Association, Bulgaria, for its vivid portrayal of one of Bulgaria’s most serious environmental problems through the eyes of a bewildered local;

The Stork Nest Grand Prix for scientific and educational films

Climate in Crisis Part 1: Warning from the Future, NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation) Japan, for its convincing warning about the global challenges of climate change;

The Stork Nest Grand Prix for travel and cultural heritage films

Oak # 419, RHPimages, USA&Germany, the incredible story of one man’s sacrifice to protect an oak tree as the symbol of everything we have to protect;

The Stork Nest Grand Prix for TV programmes

Deserts on the Move – Europe, ZDF-ARTE, Germany, a dire warning of the consequences of the reckless use of natural resources

The Stork Nest Grand Prix for TV spots: no prize is awarded;

The Stork Nest Grand Prix for the Best Balkan Film

The Bitter-Sweet River, BHRT-BHT1, Bosnia and Herzegovina, a lively portrayal of a contemporary Balkan dilemma: jobs or the environment?;

Special Prizes

E-Cube: Energy, Economy, Ecology, RAI, Italy, for its uncompromising exposure of high-level political deceit and its skillful use of the whole range of TV communication methods;
Nylon Apocalypse or…, bTV, Bulgaria, for its comprehensive coverage of one of Bulgaria’s most glaring environmental problems;

Special Mention

Atlas – The Generous Earth, Bulgarian National Television, Bulgaria, for its reflection of the environmental problems of the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast through the words of a Middle Eastern poet and philosopher;

Hidden from the Modern World, Prina Consult, Bulgaria, for its promotion of a little-known corner of Bulgaria;

In Malesevija, Macedonian TV, Macedonia, for its presentation of environmental tourism opportunities in Macedonia;

Additional awards

Koprivstitsa Mayor’s Award to: Plovdiv Regional TV Centre, Bulgarian National Television for the overall presentation of environmental issues in Bulgaria by the Eco Programme;

Department of Museums - town of Koprivstitsa Award to: Banko and Dobri, For the Earth (“Za zemiata”) Association, Bulgaria;

The award of the State Forestry Agency to: Hidden from the Modern World, Prina Consult, Bulgaria;

“St. Ivan Rilski” Association Award to: Gas over Galabovo, Plovdiv Regional TV Centre, Bulgarian National Television.

2007: Awarded films of the 3rd International Environment Festival “Green Wave – 21st Century”, 7 – 9 May, 2007, Dolna Banya, Bulgaria

The Stork Nest Grand Prix for the Documentary films

The Tiger and the Monk, ORF -NHU, Austria, for unique presentation of the unity of man and beast, the special protection of wildlife by spiritual people, and the unusual relationship between man and the animal world;

The Stork Nest Grand Prix for the Scientific and Educational Films

Budapest Wild, T.ZS.M. Film Productions, Hungary, for the modern presentation of animals in an urban environment - a rare subject in science films. The film is of practical importance because it introduces the audience to the rhythm of life around the clock. Excellent camera technique!;

The Stork Nest Grand Prix for the TV Programmes

Other People: Gorillas and Pigmies, TVE, Spain, for the parallel review of dwindling populations and the problems of pigmies and gorillas. Very good directing and camera technique!;

The Stork Nest Grand Prix for the TV Spots

Stop to the Climate Changes, Priroda na Zaem (Nature on Loan) Association, Bulgaria, for the complex presentation of global environmental problems in an unique, convincing and entertaining manner using cartoon technique;

The Stork Nest Grand Prix for the Travel and Cultural Heritage films

Santiago de Compostela, TVE, Spain, for its multifaceted portrait of the city, modern approach, excellent music, editing and camera technique. The film is a convincing invitation to visit the city;

The Stork Nest Grand Prix for Best Balkan Film

Your Fur Coat Was Once Alive, RTS -Serbian Broadcast Corporation, Serbia, for the impressive broad and critical presentation of the use of animal fur in the clothes industry and consumers the threat of extinction of rare species;

Special Prizes

A State within the State?, bTV, Bulgaria, for the impressive journalistic investigation into the illegal private use of forest areas in the Balkan Range near the town of Elena;

Fire-dancers, BNT, Bulgaria, for an authentic and moving story about the scientific, spiritual and human aspects of fire-dancing;

Special Mention

Snakes in Paradise, MPM Italy, Italy and Germany, for a compelling example of the changes which can result from an apparently insignificant human intervention in the ecosystem, and the disproportionate effort needed to solve the problem;

In Olonho Country, Partner Production Producer Center, Russia, for ingeniously coupling archive and contemporary material about life in Yakutia and the revival of ancient traditions in the present day;

How Eternal Is the Eternal Ice?, Bavarian Broadcast, Germany, for a very well structured educational film about Alpine glaciers and the consequences of global warming;

Additional awards

The award of the Mayor of Dolna Banya Municipality Mr. Vassil Hristov to: Atlas – The Unknown Bulgaria – Following the Tracks of the Thracians, BNT, Bulgaria, for presenting new information which reveals in an authentic, interesting manner the magic of the Thracians’ sacred places in the Western Rhodope Mountains and the eastern parts of Mount Pirin;

The award of the Minister of Agriculture and Forestry Mr. Nihat Kabil to: Nor Any Drop to Drink, UK, for its compelling presentation of the difficulties in the equal use of rare resources and the influence of climate change relating to global warming, which causes drought in crop-growing areas;

The award of the Minister of Environment and Water Mr. Djevdet Chakarov to Krumovgrad Municipality, Bulgaria for the film The Valley of Vultures and the Phoenix Flower, for its efforts in nature’s preservation;

The award of the National Forestry Board, Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, to: Meltdown: Germany, TVE for AJI Witness/WWF, Switzerland, for illustrating the adverse impact of global warming on the health of German forests and the exponential growth of health-impacting organisms;

The award of the Green Party to the pupils from Fakel Eco Club, Stoyan Mihaylovski Secondary School, Varna, Bulgaria for their film Of Our Sea With A Smile And A Tear;

The award of the European Federation Tourist Press to: Koguryo Tombs, North Corea), Suedwestrundfunk Public Television, Germany, for its novel approach to a little known world with remarkable cultural and historical importance;

The award of the European Federation Tourist Press to: the “Green Wave - 21st Century” European Environment Festival, for its overall contribution to popularizing the role of documentaries and TV programmes to the development of tourism, love of nature and environmental protection.

2006: Awarded films of the 2nd International Environment Festival “Green Wave – 21st Century”, 7 – 9 May, 2006, Dolna Banya, Bulgaria

The Stork Nest Grand Prix for the Documentary Films

A World in Colours: Toxic Ships, RAI, Italy for presenting systematic problems in the criminal world trade with toxic substances which have direct impact on human life.

The Stork Nest Grand Prix for the Scientific and Educational Films

On thin Ice, Greenpeace, Sweden for adequate presenting of global ecological problems of immense future importance.

The Stork Nest Grand Prix for the Television Programme

Modern Times Special, Austrian Broadcasting Corp., Austria for achieving of strong media impact, useful information and practical approach towards problems resolution.

The Stork Nest Grand Prix for TV spots: no prize is awarded;

The Stork Nest Grand Prix for the Films and TV Programmes dedicated to the ecological conditions in the Danube Catchment Basin Category

48 Hours Rain, MTC Bulgaria for presenting a strong and clear civil approach to a critical problem.

Special Prizes:

Gypsy Moth – Worms from Hell, Compound Eye Productions, Hungary for excellent cinematographic narration about biologic harmony.

Resurrection, Macedonian Television, Republic of Macedonia for a successful and convincing example of human interference in the recovery of damaged nature area.

Face to Face with Animals – The Living Tree, BNT, Bulgaria for the covering of biological diversity in an isolated, limited eco-system.

Special Mention

While the Cocoons Are Spun, Turkish Radio and TV Corporation, Turkey for artistic cinematographic approach and skillful presentation of difficult labour conditions and their underestimating.

Wolverines – Hyenas of the North, Studio Hamburg Produktion / NDR Naturfilm, Germany for fine representation of human love for nature.

Blue Danube – Black Sea, ORF, Austria for artistic documentary storyline about a unique eco-system.

Pururambo, K2 Studio, Slovakia for an excellent presentation of an exceptionally interesting and unknown human way of life.

A Second Hand Life, All Time Productions, India for speaking out the consequences of a serious and neglected problem.

War of Milk in Saxonia, ARD, Germany for an adequate clarifying of the consequences of erroneous state policy in agriculture.

Additional awards

The Award of the Mayor of Dolna Banya Municipality to: The Theme of Nova, Nova Television, Bulgaria for up-to-date television report on the consequences of the heavy floods in Bulgaria in 2005;

The Award of the Ministry of Environment and Water for the Bulgarian productions on the important ecological issue for the “Vitosha - Invisible Invasion” (bTV Reporters), Balkan News Corporation – bTV, author: Venelin Petkov, cinematographers: Petar Stoev, Valentin Nikolov and producer: Gena Traykova.

2005: Awarded films of the 2nd International Environment Festival “Green Wave – 21st Century”, 7 – 9 May, 2005, Dolna Banya, Bulgaria

The Stork Nest Grand Prix for the Documentary Films

The World of Solitude, KVIK Film Productions, Iceland, for a fascinating combination of beautiful cinematographic images and a strong civil position;

The Stork Nest Grand Prix for the scientific and educational films

The Magic of the Wetlands, AV-Media Jamtlands Ian AB, Sweden, for extremely detailed scientific information, presented in a skillful cinematographic way;

The Stork Nest Grand Prix for the television programmes

bTV Reporters: Hazardous Waste Disposal Plant Controversy, bTV, Bulgaria for powerful publicist coverage of an important social problem;

The Stork Nest Grand Prix for the TV video and spots

Ocean Chronicles, Leandro Blanco, Spain for an attractive and powerful ecological idea presented in a short cinematic form;

Special Prizes

Donana - National Parks, TVE, Spain for presenting extremely useful scientific information in a way accessible to the broadest audience;

Austrian Broadcasting Company ORF for its overall participation in the Festival with four very powerful films: Almendro – Tree of Life, Alpine Lakes – Quiet Beauty, The Flight of the Bald Ibis, Plitvice – Land of the Falling Lakes and for its productions in the field of ecology with a regularly maintained high quality;

Crime at Noah’s Ark, RTP, Portugal for its strong defense of wild life against the commercial business interests;

Noah’s Ark, Iranian Young Cinema Society, Iran for an attractive cinematographic language and an artistic evocation of an antimilitary theme;

A Pair of Eagles – Five Instincts, Press-in-SKY, Slovakia for its extremely accurate presentation of the harmony in the natural eco-systems;

Special Mention

Fascination Earth: Asia – The Water of Life, ZDF, Germany for its presentation of little known scientific information for an extraordinary natural phenomenon.

Additional awards

The Award of the Mayor of Dolna Banya Municipality for Pirin – Crime without punishment, For the Earth Ecological Association, Bulgaria for defending in a strong way the ecologic harmony in one of the most beautiful Bulgarian mountains.

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