GULO FILMS
AMERICA’S NATIONAL PARKS – YELLOWSTONE (2015)
AMERICA’S NATIONAL PARKS – YOSEMITE (2015)
JUNGLE BOOK BEAR (2012)
WILD SCANDINAVIA – FINLAND (2011)
WILD SCANDINAVIA – SWEDEN (2011)
WILD RUSSIA – THE URALS (2009)
WOLVERINES – HYENAS OF THE NORTH (2006)

GULO PRODUCTIONS
CROCODILES – CARING KILLERS / MOTHER CROC (2011)

SEQUENCE WORK
FROZEN PLANET – WINTER (2011)

CINEMA CONTRIBUTIONS

RUSSIA – REALM OF TIGERS, BEARS AND VOLCANOES (2011)
SERENGETI (2011)
MONKEY KINGDOM (2015)

 

GULO FILMS:

AMERICA’S NATIONAL PARKS – YELLOWSTONE (2015)
has been 34 times finalist at international film festivals and received 27 awards, special mentions or nominations: 

1. Green Screen, International Wildlife Film Festival, September 2015, Germany
(1. Best Animal Behaviour)

2. Indian Cine Film Festival, September 2015, India
(2. Best Cinematography, 3. Best Background Music)

3. Innsbruck Nature Film Festival, October 2015, Austria
(4. Documentaries Nature: Grand Prize of the City of Innsbruck)

4. Hollywood International Moving Pictures Film Festival, January 2016, U.S.A.
(5. Award of Recognition – Nature/Environment/Wildlife)

5. Wolves Independent International Film Awards, March 2016, Lithuania
(6. Best Cinematography)

6. Accolade Global Film Competition, March 2016, U.S.A.
(7. Award of Excellence Special Mention – Nature/Environment/Wildlife)

7. IWFF Missoula, International Wildlife Film Festival, April 2016, U.S.A.
(8. Broadcast Feature Award)

8. Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Awards, LAIFFA, August 2016, U.S.A.
(9. Best Cinematography)

9. WIIFF – Wolves Independent International Film Festival, August 2016, Lithuania
(10. Best of Festival)

10. International Gold Panda Documentary Festival (Sichuan TV Festival), September 2016, China
(11. Best Photography: Nature and Environment)

11. Matsalu Nature Film Festival, September 2016, Estonia
(12. Highly Commended Diploma)

12. Wildlife Vaasa Festival, October 2016, Finland
(13. 2nd Place Best of Festival / 2nd Place Natural History Category)

13. Golden Urartu Film Festival, October 2016, Armenia
(14. Best Nature Film)

14. WCFF New York Wildlife Conservation Film Festival, October 2016, U.S.A.
(15. Best Feature Documentary)

15. Ekotopfilm CZ, October 2016, Czech Republic
(16. Best Film in Category Nature and Natural Science)

16. Festival Nature Namur, October 2016, Belgium
(17. Audience Award – Prix du Public)

17. Sondrio Festival, International Documentary Film Festival on Parks, November 2016, Italy
(18. Special Mention, 19. Nomination for 1st Prize: “Town of Sondrio”, 20. Nomination for “Stelvio National Park” Award)

18. Accolade Global Film Competition – 2016 Humanitarian Award, February 2017, U.S.A.
(21. Humanitarian Outstanding Achievement)

19. European Cinematography Awards, February 2017, Poland
(22. Best Director, 23. Best Editing, 24. Best Sound Design, 25. Best Nature/Travel Film, 26. Best Film of February – Nomination for Golden Eagles Awards 2017)

20. Worldfest Houston, 21st – 30th April  2017, U.S.A.
(27. Remi Award Winner)

Finalist at following festivals:
21. Trofeo Stambecco D’oro – Gran Paradiso International Nature Film Festival, August 2015, Italy
22. Festival de Ménigoute, October / November 2015, France
23.
Mountainfilm Graz – International Filmfestival, November 2015, Austria
24.
Festival de l’Oiseau Abbeville, April 2016, France 
25.
Ekofilm Festival, May 2016, Poland
26.
IFF Ekotopfilm – Envirofilm, May 2016, Slovakia
27.
T-Film Ostrava, May 2016, Czech Republic
28.
Tegernsee International Mountain Film Festival, October 2016, Germany
29.
Wildlife Film Festival Rotterdam (WFFR), October 2016, The Netherlands
30. SunChild International Environmental Film Festival, November 2016, Armenia
31. Bansko Mountain Film Fest, November 2016, Bulgaria
32.
F.I.F.A. Albert, March 2017, France
33. Television & Film Awards / New York Festivals, 25th April 2017, U.S.A
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34. Docs Without Borders Film Festival, 1st May 2017, U.S.A.

Selected for special screenings at festivals:
Darßer Naturfilmfestival, September 2015, Germany

 

AMERICA’S NATIONAL PARKS – YOSEMITE (2015)
has been 23 (*24) times finalist at international film festivals and received 19 awards, special mentions or nominations: 

1. NaturVision, International Nature and Wildlife Film Festival, July 2015, Germany
(1. Nomination for NaturVision Film Music Award)

2. Matsalu Nature Film Festival, September 2015, Estonia
(2. 1st Prize: Best Film in Category Nature)

3. Hollywood International Moving Pictures Film Festival, February 2016, U.S.A.
(3. Best Picture)

4. Accolade Global Film Competition, March 2016, U.S.A.
(4. Best of Show, 5. Award of Excellence – Nature/Environment/Wildlife)

5. New York Los Angeles International Film Festival, NYLA, April 2016, U.S.A.
(6. Best Documentary Feature))

6. Wolves Independent International Film Awards, May 2016, Lithuania
(7. Best Director)

7. Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Awards, LAIFFA, June 2016, U.S.A.
(8. Best Documentary Feature, 9. Best Cinematography)

8. Indian Cine Film Festival, September 2016, India
(10. Best Documentary, 11. Best Cinematography)

9. Wildlife Vaasa Festival, October 2016, Finland
(12. Special Mention in Category Natural History Films)

10. Accolade Global Film Competition – 2016 Humanitarian Award, February 2017, U.S.A.
(13. Humanitarian Outstanding Achievement)

11. Mountain Film Festival (Mammoth), February 2017, U.S.A.
(14. Sierra Nevada Award in Category Documentary)

12. Indian World Film Festival, March 2017, India
(15. Best Cinematography [Documentary])

13. Hollywood International Independent Documentary Awards, March 2017, U.S.A.
(16. Best Film of the Month, 17. Award of Excellence – Best Director, 18. Award of Excellence – Best Cinematography, 19. Award of Excellence – Best Editing)

Finalist at following festivals:
14. Festival Nature Namur, October 2015, Belgium 
15.
Festival de Ménigoute, October / November 2015, France
16. IWFF Missoula, International Wildlife Film Festival, April 2016,U.S.A.
17. Gold Panda International Film Festival (Sichuan TV Festival), September 2016, China
18. WCFF New York Wildlife Conservation Film Festival, October 2016, U.S.A.

19. 
Tegernsee International Mountain Film Festival, October 2016, Germany
20. Bansko Mountain Film Fest, November 2016, Bulgaria
21.
Festival de l’Oiseau Abbeville, April 2017, France
22. Academia Film Olomouc – International Festival of Science Documentary Films, 25th – 30th April 2017, Czech Republic
23. IFF Ekotopfilm – Envirofilm, 22nd – 26th May 2017, Slovakia
* Television & Film Awards / New York Festivals, 25th April 2017, U.S.A.

Selected for screenings at festivals without competition:
Madeira Film Festival, April 2016, Portugal

 

JUNGLE BOOK BEAR (2012)
has been 46 times finalist at international film festivals and received 39 awards, special mentions or nominations: 

1. IWFF Missoula, International Wildlife Film Festival, May 2012, U.S.A.
(1. Merit Award for Animal Behavior, 2. Merit Award for Creative Storytelling)

2. Animal Behavior Society Film Festival, June 2012, U.S.A.
(3. Best of Festival)

3. Green Screen, September 2012, Germany
(4. Nomination for Best of Festival, 5. Nomination for Best Music)

4. Darßer Naturfilmfestival, September 2012, Germany
(6. Deutscher Naturfilmpreis 2012 – Kategorie Wildnis Natur)

5. Sondrio Festival, International Documentary Film Festival on Parks, October 2012, Italy
(7. Student Jury Award, 8. Nomination for 1st Prize: “Town of Sondrio”, 9. Nomination for “Stelvio National Park” Award)

6. Wildscreen Festival, October 2012, England
(10. Animal Behaviour Award, 11. Nomination for Sound Award)

7. Festival Nature Namur, October 2012, Belgium
(12. Best Photography – Prix de l’Image)

8. Montana CINE, October 2012, U.S.A.
(13. Honorable Mention for Animal Behavior)

9. F.I.F.A. Albert, March 2013, France
(14. Award of Knowledge of the Relationship between Man and Animal, 15. Nomination for Best Screenplay Award, 16. Nomination for Best Sound Award)

10. Television & Film Awards / New York Festivals, April 2013, U.S.A.
(17. Bronze World Medal – Category Nature & Wildlife / Documentary)

11. Festival de l’Oiseau Abbeville, April 2013, France
(18. Special Distinction)

12. WorldMediaFestival, May 2013, Germany
(19. Intermedia Globe Gold Award, 20. Intermedia Globe Grand Award – Category Documentaries)

13. Matsalu International Nature Film Festival, September 2013, Estonia
(21. Grand Prix)

14. Baikal International Film Festival “People & Environment”, September 2013, Russia
(22. Award from the Organization of National Parks, 23. Award from the Journalist Forum)

15. Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival, September 2013, U.S.A.
(24. Nomination for Best Animal Behavior Program)

16. WCFF New York Wildlife Conservation Film Festival, October 2013, U.S.A.
(25. Award Winner for Best Endangered Species Category)

17. Telenatura, November 2013, Spain
(26. Best Direction)

18. British Documentary Film Festival, June 2014, England 
(27. The Wild Animal Award)

19. Bangalore Shorts Film Festival, June 2014, India
(28. Best Cinematography, 29. Best Background Music, 30. Nomination for Best Documentary)

20. Kolkata Shorts International Film Festival, August 2014, India
(31. Best Documentary)

21. Jackson Hole Science Media Awards, September 2014, U.S.A.
(32. Nomination for Best Audioscape)

22. Indian Cine Film Festival, September 2014, India
(33. Best Editing [Documentary])

23. Delhi Shorts International Film Festival, November 2014, India
(34. Best Screenplay [Documentary], 35. Best Background Music [Documentary])

24. Mumbai Shorts International Film Festival, December 2014, India
(36. Best Director [Documentary])

25. Noida International Film Festival, February 2015, India
(37. Best Music)

26. WorldFest Houston International Film Festival, April 2015, U.S.A.
(38. Special Jury Award [Nature & Wildlife],  39. Nomination for Grand Remi Award [Best Film & Video Production])

Finalist at following festivals:
27. TV Fest Bar, October 2012, Montenegro
28. Festival International du Film Ornithologique Menigoute, November 2012, France
29. Internationales Berg & Abenteuer Filmfestival Graz, November 2012, Austria
30. Orobie Film Festival Bergamo, January 2013, Italy
31. Ökofilmtour – Festival des Umwelt- und Naturfilms, April 2013, Germany
32. Barents Ecology Film Festival, April 2013, Russia
33. Fifale Rabat, Festival International du Film Animalier et de l’Environnement, May 2013, Morocco
34. Sestriere Film Festival, August 2013, Italy
35. Swiss Mountain Film Festival, August 2013, Switzerland
36. Trofeo Stambecco D’oro – Gran Paradiso International Nature Film Festival, August 2013, Italy
37. Euroekofest – European Environment Festival “Green Wave – 21st Century”, September 2013, Bulgaria
38. Terre Alte…Emozioni Dal Mondo, Festival Internazionale del Cinema di Montagna, October 2013, Italy
39. Deauville Green Awards, June 2014, France
40. Wildlife Vaasa: Category 1 – Natural History Films, October 2014, Finland 
41.
Ekofilm, October 2014, Czech Republic
42.
Innsbruck Nature Film Festival, October 2014, Austria
43. Frapna Isère – Festival International du Film Nature et Environnement, November 2014, France
44. T-Film Ostrava – International Film Festival, 29th May 2015, Czech Republic
45.
Wildlife Film Festival Rotterdam (WFFR), October / November 2015, The Netherlands
46. Docs Without Borders Film Festival, 1st May 2017, U.S.A.

Selected for screenings at festivals without competition:
SunChild International Environmental Film Festival, October 2013, Armenia

 

WILD SCANDINAVIA – FINLAND (2011)
has been 37 times finalist at international film festivals and received 40 awards, special mentions or nominations:   

1. IWFF Missoula, International Wildlife Film Festival, May 2011, U.S.A.
(1. Sapphire Award for 2nd Best of Festival, 2. Best Cinematography, 3. Best TV Program Budget 250k – 500k US $, 4. Best Ecosystem, 5. Merit Award for Sound)

2. Animal Behavior Society Film Festival, July 2011, U.S.A.
(6. Best of Festival)

3. NaturVision, International Nature and Wildlife Film Festival Freyung, July 2011, Germany
(7. Best German Film, 8. Nomination for Grand Prix, 9. Nomination for Best Camera)

4. Matsalu International Nature Film Festival, September 2011, Estonia
(10. Grand Prix, 11. Nomination for 1st Price Category “Nature”)

5. Darßer Naturfilmfestival, October 2011, Germany
(12. Nomination for Deutscher Naturfilmpreis)

6. Sondrio Festival, International Documentary Film Festival on Parks, October 2011, Italy
(13. Student Jury Award, 14. Nomination for 1st Prize “Town of Sondrio”, 15. Nomination for “Stelvio National Park” Award, 16. Nomination for “Lombardy Region” Award)

7. Telenatura, October 2011, Spain
(17. Best Photography)

8. International TV Festival Bar, October 2011, Montenegro
(18. Best Visual Identity [Photography, Editing] Category “Documentary Programme on Ecology and Tourism”)

9. Ekofilm, October 2011, Czech Republic
(19. Best Photography)

10. Festival Nature Namur, October 2011, Belgium
(20. 3rd Place Audience Award – Prix du Public)

11. SunChild Environmental Film Festival, October 2011, Armenia
(21. Special Mention for Technical Skills)

12. F.I.F.A., Albert, March 2012, France
(22. Grand Prix)

13. Television & Film Awards / New York Festivals, April 2012, U.S.A.
(24. Gold World Medal for series “WILD SCANDINAVIA”)

14. WorldMediaFestival, May 2012, Germany
(24. Intermedia Globe Special Award “Magic Eye” for Cinematography, 25. Intermedia Globe Gold Award)

15. International TV Ecological Festival “To Save and Preserve”, June 2012, Russia
(26. Special Prize of the Festival: For shootings of rare species of animals in a native habitat)

16. Trofeo Stambecco D’oro – Gran Paradiso International Nature Film Festival, August 2012, Italy
(27. LIPU – Mario Pastore Prize)

17. Ya’an International Animal & Nature Film Festival, August 2012, China
(28. Nomination for Best Photography)

18. Wildscreen Festival, October 2012, England
(29. Nomination for Cinematography Award, 30. Nomination for Series Award for series “WILD SCANDINAVIA”, represented by episodes “Finland” and “Norway”)

19. Montana CINE, October 2012, U.S.A.
(31. Honorable Mention for Cinematography)

20. Fifale Rabat, Festival International du Film Animalier et de l’Environnement, May 2013, Morocco
(32. Coup de Coeur du Jury)

21. Waga Brothers Festival of Nature Films, June 2013, Poland
(33. Main Award)

22. WFO, International Włodzimierz Puchalski Nature Film Festival, June 2013, Poland
(34. Grand Prix)

23. Wild Talk Africa, July 2013, South Africa
(35. Nomination for Cinematography Award, 36. Nomination for Best Use Of Music Award)

24. Cinextur – International Nature Tourism Film Festival, December 2013, Spain
(37. Best Film > 30min)

25. CMS Vatavaran, February 2014, India
(38. Best Series [Based on Environment and Wildlife])

26. T-Film Ostrava, May 2014, Czech Republic
(39. Honorable Mention of the Jury)

27. Kolkata Shorts International Film Festival, August 2014, India
(40. Best Cinematography [Documentary])

Finalist at following festivals:
28. Green Wave, September 2012, Bulgaria
29. FICMUS 2012 competition, Ushuaia Festival Shh…, August 2012, Argentina
30. Baikal International Film Festival “People & Environment”, October 2012, Russia
31. Terre Alte…Emozioni Dal Mondo, Festival Internazionale del Cinema di Montagna, October 2013, Italy
32. Swiss Mountain Film Festival, August 2013, Switzerland
33. Ekotopfilm, October 2012, Slovakia
34. Wildlife Vaasa: Category 1 – Natural History Films, November 2012, Finland
35. Orobie Film Festival Bergamo, January 2013, Italy
36. Deauville Green Awards, April 2013, France
37. Sestriere Film Festival, August 2013, Italy

Selected for screenings at festivals without competition:
Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capitol, March 2012, U.S.A.
Arctic Film Festival, November 2012, Grand Marais, Minnesota, U.S.A.
CMS Vatavaran – Mula-Mutha River International Festival
, December 2016, India

 

WILD SCANDINAVIA – SWEDEN (2011)
has been 18 (*21) times finalist at international film festivals and received 9 (*12) awards, special mentions or nominations: 

1. Green Screen, September 2011, Germany
(1. Best Sound, 2. Nomination for Best Photography)

2. Euroekofest – European Environment Festival “Green Wave – 21st Century”, September 2012, Bulgaria
(3. Special Mention in Category Scientific and Educational Films)

3. Wildlife Vaasa, November 2012, Finland
(4. The Ostrobothnia Australis Special Award)

4. Orobie Film Festival Bergamo, January 2013, Italy
(5. Jury Prize for Best Documentary)

5. Animal Behavior Society Film Festival, August 2013, U.S.A.
(6. First Runner Up Best of Festival)

6. TV Fest Bar, October 2013, Montenegro
(7. Best Visual Identity [Photography, Editing] Category “Documentary Programme on Ecology and Tourism”)

7. Ekofilm, October 2013, Czech Republic
(8. Best Film in Category “Green Planet”)

8. T-Film Ostrava, May 2014, Czech Republic
(9. Honorable Mention of the Jury)

* Television & Film Awards / New York Festivals, April 2012, U.S.A.
(* Gold World Medal for series “WILD SCANDINAVIA”)

* Wildscreen Festival, October 2012, England
(* Nomination Series Award for series “WILD SCANDINAVIA”, represented by episodes “Finland” and “Norway”)

* CMS Vatavaran, February 2014, India
(* Best Series [Based on Environment and Wildlife], represented by episodes “Finland” and “The Adventure”)

Finalist at following festivals:
9. Ekotopfilm, October 2012, Slovakia
10. Banff Mountain Film Festival, November 2012, Canada
11. Internationales Berg & Abenteuer Filmfestival Graz, November 2012, Austria
12. F.I.F.A. Albert, March 2013, France
13. Festival de l’Oiseau Abbeville, April 2013, France
14. IWFF Missoula, International Wildlife Film Festival, May 2013, U.S.A.
15. WFO, International Włodzimierz Puchalski Nature Film Festival. June 2013, Poland
16. Sestriere Film Festival, August 2013, Italy
17. Swiss Mountain Film Festival, August 2013, Switzerland
18. Terre Alte…Emozioni Dal Mondo, Festival Internazionale del Cinema di Montagna, October 2013, Italy

 

WILD RUSSIA – THE URALS (2009)
has been 24 (*25) times finalist at international film festivals and received 13 (*14) awards, special mentions or nominations: 

1. Animal Behavior Society Film Festival 2010, U.S.A.
(1. Best of Festival)

2. Green Screen 2009, Germany
(2. Best of Festival for series “WILD RUSSIA”, 3. Nomination for Best Camera for series “WILD RUSSIA”, 4. Nomination for Best Music for series “WILD RUSSIA”)

3. Television & Film Awards / New York Festivals 2010, U.S.A.
(5. Gold World Medal for series “WILD RUSSIA”)

4. Moscow International Festival of Mountaineering and Adventure “Vertical” 2010, Russia
(6. Best Camera)

5. China International Animal & Nature Film Festival 2010, China
(7. Nomination for Category “Favourite Film for Natural Environment”)

6. International TV Festival Bar 2009, Montenegro
(8. Best Photography in Category Ecology)

7. Naturvision, International Nature and Wildlife Film Festival Freyung 2009, Germany
(9. Best German Film for series “WILD RUSSIA”)

8. Matsalu International Nature Film Festival 2009, Estonia
(10. Best Director)

9. Film Festival della Lessinia 2009, Italy
(11. Best Nature Film)

10. Festival Nature Namur 2009, Belgium
(12. Nomination for Best Photography: Result 2nd Place)

11. Darßer Naturfilmfestival 2009, Germany
(13. Nomination for Deutscher Naturfilmpreis: Result 3rd Place)

* Wildscreen Festival 2010, England
(* Nomination for Popular Broadcast Award, represented by episode “Siberia” for series “WILD RUSSIA”)

Finalist at following festivals:
12. CMS Vatavaran 2011, India
13. KIMFF, Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival 2010, Nepal
14. Wildlife Vaasa Nature Film Festival 2010, Finland
15. New Zealand Mountain Film Festival 2010, New Zealand
16. Envirofilm 2010, Slovakia
17. Trento Film Festival, International Film Festival of Mountains, Exploration and Adventure 2010, Italy
18.
International Film Festival Tur Ostrava 2010, Czech Republic
19. FIFA Albert, International Wildlife Film Festival 2010, France
20. Festival del’Insolite, Vendée Nature 2010, France
21. Heart of England Film Festival 2010, England
22. Baikal International Festival “People and Environment” 2010, Russia
23. International Mountain Film Festival in Bulgaria 2010, Bulgaria
24. The Green Screen Environmental Film Festival 2010, U.S.A.

 

WOLVERINES – HYENAS OF THE NORTH (2006)
has been 37 times finalist at international film festivals and received 31 awards, special mentions or nominations:  

1. Festival International du Film Animalier 2008, France
(1. Best of Festival, 2. Nomination for Audience Award: Result: 2nd Place)

2. Animal Behavior Society Film Festival 2006, U.S.A.
(3. Best of Festival)

3. Wildlife Vaasa Festival 2006, Finland
(4. Best of Festival)

4. TUR Ostrava Film Festival 2010, Czech Republic
(5. Special Price of the Jury)

5. JWFF Toyoma, Japan Wildlife Film Festival 2009, Japan
(6. Special Price of the Jury)

6. Baikal International Documentary Film Festival 2008, Russia
(7. Special Jury Award, 8. Award for Cognitive Values)

7. Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival 2007, U.S.A.
(9. Marion Zunz Newcomer Award)

8. IWFF Missoula, International Wildlife Film Festival 2007, U.S.A.
(10. Merit Award for Animal Behavior in Category Television Program Under 250k US $ Budget, 11. Merit Award for Photography in Category Newcomer)

9. Wildlife Asia – Lion Awards 2007, Singapore
(12. The Turtle – Newcomer Award)

10. Festival Nature Namur 2007, Belgium
(13. Audience Award – Prix du Public)

11. Worldfest Houston Film Festival 2007, U.S.A.
(14. Gold Remi Award in Category Nature and Wildlife)

12. WorldMediaFestival 2007, Germany
(15. Intermedia Globe Silver Award)

13. International TV Festival Bar 2007, Montenegro
(16. Golden Olive – Best Documentary, 17. Best Photography in Category Ecology)

14. International Wlodzimierz Puchalski Nature Film Festival 2007, Poland
(18. Best Photography)

15. Banff World Television Awards 2007, Canada
(19. Nomination for NHK HD Prize, 20. Nomination for Popular Science & Natural History Category Award)

16. Wild South Wanaka 2007, New Zealand
(21. Nomination for “People and Places” Category Award, Festival cancelled the competition after announcing the nominees)

17. Festival International du Film Ornithologique Menigoute 2007, France
(22. Nomination for Prize of Crédit Agricole: Result: 3rd Place)

18. Green Screen 2007, Germany
(23. Nomination for Best Photography: Result: 2nd Place, 24. Special Mention)

19. Wild Talk Africa 2007, South Africa
(25. Nomination: Newcomer Award)

20. International Matsalu Nature Film Festival 2006, Estonia
(26. 1st Prize: Best Film in Category Woods and Animals)

21. ECO Festival 2006, Macedonia
(27. Best Screenplay/Text)

22. Sondrio Festival, International Documentary Film Festival on Parks 2006, Italy
(28. Student Jury Award, 29. Special Mention for Images, Content, Value)

23. Wildscreen Festival 2006, England
(30. Nomination for BBC Newcomer Award)

24. Green Wave 2006, Bulgaria
(31. Special Mention for Human Love for Nature)

Finalist at following festivals:
25. China International Animal and Nature Film Festival 2009, China
26. Greendance Film Festival 2008, U.S.A.
27. Internationales Berg & Abenteuer Filmfestival Graz 2007, Austria
28. Telenatura 2007, Spain
29. Roshd International Film Festival 2007, Iran
30. Trento Film Festival 2007, Italy
31. Amazonas Film Festival, Mundial du Filme de Aventura 2006, Brazil
32. Planet in Focus 2006, Canada
33. WCFF New York Wildlife Conservation Film Festival 2013, U.S.A.
34. Ekofilm 2006, Czech Republic
35. Montana Cine 2006, U.S.A.
36. Waga Brothers, International Festival of Nature Films 2006, Poland
37. NaturVision 2006, Germany

Selected for screenings at festivals without competition:
Darßer Naturfilmfestival 2006, Germany

 

GULO PRODUCTIONS:

CROCODILES – CARING KILLERS / MOTHER CROC (2011) [director and principle cameraman: Reinhard Radke]
has been 8 times finalist at international film festivals and received 4 awards, special mentions or nominations:  

1. Animal Behavior Society Film Festival 2013, U.S.A.
(1. Second Runner Up Best of Festival)

2. IWFF Missoula, International Wildlife Film Festival 2012, U.S.A.
(2. Merit Award for Cinematography)

3. NaturVision, Internationales Festival für Natur-, Tier- und Umweltfilm Freyung 2011, Germany
(3. Nomination for Grand Prix, 4. Nomination for Best Camera)

Finalist at following festivals:
4. Green Screen 2011, Germany
5. Ekotopfilm 2011, Slovakia
6. F.I.F.A. Albert 2012, France
7. Matsalu International Nature Film Festival 2013, Estonia
8. Ekofilm, October 2014, Czech Republic 

 

SEQUENCE WORK:

FROZEN PLANET – WINTER (2011)

1. Wildscreen Festival 2012, England
(1. Cinematography Award)

2. Royal Television Society Awards (RTS) 2012, England
(2. Best Cinematography)

3. Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival 2013, U.S.A.
(3. Best Cinematography)

Finalist at following festivals:
4. London Awards for Art and Performance 2012, England

 

CINEMA CONTRIBUTIONS:

RUSSIA – REALM OF TIGERS, BEARS AND VOLCANOES (2011)

1. IWFF Missoula 2011, U.S.A
(1. Best Theatrically Released)

2. Atlantis Natur- und Umweltfilmfest 2011, Germany
(2. 2nd Place Best of Festival)

3. Festival International du Film Ornithologique Menigoute 2012, France
(3. Prix Paysages)

Finalist at following festivals:
4. Festival Nature Namur 2011, Belgium

 

SERENGETI (2011)

1. Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival 2011, U.S.A.
(1. Best Sound)

2. Berg-/Abenteuer Filmfestival Graz 2011, Austria
(2. Honorable Mention: Nature & Environment)

3. Matsalu International Nature Film Festival 2011, Estonia
(3. Best Photography in Category Nature)

4. International “Gold Panda Awards” / Sichuan TV Festival 2011, China
(4. Best Photography)

5. Japan Wildlife Film Festival 2013, Japan
(5. Toyama Ptarmigan Award)

Finalist at following festivals:
6. Atlantis Natur- und Umweltfilmfest 2011, Germany
7. IWFF Missoula, International Wildlife Film Festival 2013, U.S.A.

 

MONKEY KINGDOM (2015)

1. Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival, September / October 2015, U.S.A.
(1. Best Sound, 2. Nomination for Best Theatrical, 3. Nomination for Best Animal Behavior Program, 4. Nomination for Best Educational/Institutional Program, 5. Nomination for Best Original Musical Score)

2. Environmental Media Awards, October 2015, U.S.A.
(6. Nomination for EMA Award in Category Best Feature Film)

3. Golden Trailer Awards, May 2015, U.S.A.
(7. Best Documentary TV Spot
)

4. Wildscreen Festival, October 2016, England
(8. Animal Behaviour Award)

Finalist at following festivals: 
5. Phoenix Film Festival 2015, U.S.A.