Third Grand Prix prize for Amazonia Vertical

Documentary film AMAZONIA VERTICAL by Slovak filmmaker Pavol Barabáš won two prizes at Fifth International Mountain Film Festival in Bulgarian town Sliven.
The festival is organized by the municipality of Sliven and the Association “International Mountain Film Festival”.
The purpose of this festival is to encourage production of mountain films and to contribute to their development by attracting people’s attention to mountains, mountaineering and extreme sports, outdoor activities, the way of life enjoyed by mountain people and the preservation of mountain nature.

Full length documentary AMAZONIA VERTICALwon Award of the Bulgarian Filmmaker’s Union and the main festival prize - GRAND PRIX

GRAND PRIX to “Amazonia Vertical”, Pavol Barabas, 2004, Slovak Republic, 63’
Special Jury’s Award to “Des tresors maudits de l’ Altiplano” (“The cursed terasures of the Altiplano”), Dominique Lenglart, Jose Maldavski, 2004, France, 52’,
Award “Best film director” Miroslaw Dembinski, “Praszczur”, (“Grandpa”), 2005, Poland, 20’,
Award “Camera Extreme” to Cameramen of the film “On the Edge” (“Na krawedzi”), , Poland, Alexander Dembski, 2004, 48’,
Award of the Bulgarian Filmmaker’s Union to Pavol Barabas (“Amazonia Vertical”, 2004, Slovak Republic, 63’),
Award of the Bansko Town Municipality to “Metody Savov - a film portrait”, Konstantin Chakarov, Georgy Angelov, 2005, Bulgaria, 30’,
Award of the Bansko Tourist’s Busyness Union (five day in the hotel “Martin”, Bansko) to “Nima Temba Sherpa”, Margriet Jansen, 2004, Netherlands, 52’,
Award of “Kodak” “Wild White Water”, Tzvetelina Atanasova, 2005, Bulgaria, 20’.

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