International Mountain Film Festival in Sliven
From 8 to 10 of October 2004
the Bulgarian town Sliven was host of the Fourth International Mountain Film
Festival. The vice-mayor of Sliven Dr. Penko Penkov was on the opening and
closing ceremony. For the second time such event was held in Sliven. (Two
festivals were held in town of Troian). Hopefully this would become a
tradition as the organizers promised.
There were given several
awards. The movie "Omo – a journey to the primeval age” made by Slovakian
Pavol Barabash won Grand-Prix of the festival. This movie presents unique
images from river Omo in Ethiopia. The jury awarded with a special prize
Polish film "Ciao, Martina” by Dariusz Zaluski. This author won award “Camera
The Bulgarian movie "Thalay
Sagar between the Sun and the shadow” was decorated with a special prize of
Sliven's community and won award for soundtrack of the Festival Director. The
prize for outdoor activity was won by German movie "High Above" of Till
Middellshalwe and Rolland Schutz. The film "Everest’s Children” of Bulgarian
mountaineer Dojchin Vasilev was decorated with a special prize of the Society
of the Bulgarian filmmakers.
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