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Home Film News Cattle Camp by Alijan Nasirov won the award as the best film on relationship between Man and Nature of the 25th Pärnu International Documentary Film Festival
Friday, 22 July 2011 00:00

The documentary CATTLE CAMP by Alijan Nasirov won the award as the best film on relationship between Man and Nature of the 25th Pärnu International Documentary Film Festival.
 
As Mr.Mark Soosaar, Head of the Parnu IDFF, wrote to Nasirov: "We would like thank You for submitting Your remarkable documentary CATTLE CAMP to the XXV Pärnu Film Festival".

The program of the anniversary festival had quite a big success - more than half a million of people were following the festival events and were watching the competing documentaries on Estonian Television.
 
Six films were aired by ETV and the winner of the Estonian People's Award was THE VILLAGE WITHOUT WOMEN by Srdjan Sarenac (Serbia). In theaters in Pärnu, Viljandi, Haapsalu and Otepää around 12 000 visitors saw the festival program which contained 121 excellent documentaries.

We would like to congratulate You and Your team - the documentary CATTLE CAMP won the award as the best film on relationship between Man and Nature of the 25th Pärnu International Documentary Film Festival.

The prize is an authentic Estonian pullover. Please let us know exact shipping address to sending diploma and award! 

Cordially,
Vaiko Edur on behalf of

Mark Soosaar,
The head of Pärnu Film Festival