Ekotopfilm awards distributed

THE GERMAN film Wildnis zwischen Russland und Riga (Latvia: Jungle between Russia and Riga), directed by Aija Bley, won the Bratislava Mayor's Prize at the 30th annual International Festival of Environmental Films, TV, and Video-programmes, Ekotopfilm 2003. The film by Slovak director Pavol Barabáš, Tatras the Mystery, received the Slovak President's Award.


BARABÁŠ (left) gets award from Rudolf Schuster.
photo: TASR

THE GERMAN film Wildnis zwischen Russland und Riga (Latvia: Jungle between Russia and Riga), directed by Aija Bley, won the Bratislava Mayor's Prize at the 30th annual International Festival of Environmental Films, TV, and Video-programmes, Ekotopfilm 2003. The film by Slovak director Pavol Barabáš, Tatras the Mystery, received the Slovak President's Award.

The festival took place in Bratislava from October 13 to 17.

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