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The film totò and his sisters, Alexander Nanau, won Objectif d’or, the Grand Prix of the seventh International Documentary Film Festival “Millenium”, which took place between 20 and 28 March, in Brussels, said at the event site.
The film totò and his sisters, Alexander Nanau won the main prize at the festival “Millenium” in Belgium
The documentary “Toto and his sisters, Alexander Nanau, was developed in the contest of the international Festival “Millenium”, on 22 and 26 March, Cinema Aventure in Brussels.
“Toto and his sisters” is a documentary film observațional, filmed weather 14 months in the Ferentari district in Bucharest, and tells the story of three brothers (Totonel, Anna and Andrea) are forced to accept the absence of the mother, and to ripen prematurely.
A documentary film by Alexander Nanau, co-production of the Romanian-maghiaro German, has received several international awards, among them the Grand prize at the film festival Premiers Complained of Angers.
The film had its world premiere at the Festival in San Sebastian in September of last year, and won, among others, the prize for best international documentary film Festival in Zurich. Products received an award Silver Eye ” for the best documentary at the Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival 2014, lungmetrajul as awards and Leipzig DOK Festival 2014.
“Very honored to receive this award in a city like Brussels. I hope that this will contribute to the awareness of decision makers of Europeans who can impact in a positive way the issues raised in this film,” said Director Alexander Nanau, via a message sent to the organizers of the festival.
In addition, the film “the Mayor of China/ The Chinese Major, Hao Zhou, received the prize Objectif d’argent. The film represents the ambition of the mayor of the Chinese city of Datong, the politician is convinced that the city, which he directs, is able to rise from the ashes and become a place where eco-tourism attracts foreign visitors.
“L’homme qui répare les women, Thierry Michel and Colette Braeckman, received a special prize for human rights” and the audience award. The film tells the story of a doctor Denis Mukwege, known internationally for its specialization in the treatment of women raped during the 20 years of conflict, which occurred in the Eastern part of the state of the Congo.
Special prize of the jury returned the documentary film “My Love Don’t Cross That River”, Jin Mo-Young, who also received and Prix de La Trois (RTBF).
Full list of winners can be found on the festival website: www.festivalmillenium.org.
Millenium, received this year’s seventh edition, is the most important documentary film festival in Belgium and tackle problematic relevant to modern society, supporting diversity and tolerance.
The Romanian Cultural Institute in Brussels, is a partner of the Millennium in 2013 cooperation with major festivals fit the strategy of the Institute for the promotion of Romanian painting in space Benelux.
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3:49 p.m.: An earlier version of this post and headline incorrectly called the model purchased by the Academy a prop.