TRASH ART HUNGARY project debuted in May at the International Nature Film Festival Gödöllő with huge sculptures and installations from wastes, and immediately became one of the most successful accompanying events of the festival. Several other Hungarian festivals invited the sculptures during the year. By introducing the art of recycling, the organizers and sponsors of the exhibition aim to bring the attention of the general public to the ecological footprint and our shared responsibility.
Green Film Network AWARD is the transnational award for the best environmental documentary of the year. Each year a festival, supported by the GFN, hosts the “GFN Award” taking charge of the organization and the prize. Planet in Focus, Canada’s foremost and longest running environmental film festival, is honoured to be hosting the 4th Annual International Green Film Network Awards, 2017.
AWARDED ARTISTS OF THE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL AND OF THE CARPATHIAN BASIN FILM REVIEW, SPECIAL AWARDS
|International Film Festival /Nature film||I: Lemming - The Little Giant Of The North||Hungary||Zoltán Török|
|Springtime Stories Germany||Germany||Annette Scheurich|
|Polar Bear Summer||Germany||Klaus Scheurich|
- the best band:Sorbonne Sexual
- Best solo / duo formation: Borsos Anna és Mackó Miki duó
- Best sound: Fangler's
- Best Instrumentation: Shaibo
- Best Text:Platon Karataev
- Best Female Singer:Sarusi-Kis Flóra (Flóra&Bálint Acoustic)
- Best Male Singer:: Vincenzo Lo Buglio (Terra Profonda)
- Winners of the Stamusic. Studios Mastering & Production special pricez is The Bluebay Foxes
Trash Art Hungary competition of the International Nature Film Festival announces the two winners. The 17 sculptures made of recycled waste were based on the topic of ‘Dawn of a New Age - Anthropocene - Time of Man’. The jury announced two winners. The project was supported by the Ministry of Agriculture.
The aim of the project is to draw attention to waste problems and possible solutions
The sculptures and installations were admired by tens of thousands of visitors at the Nature Film Festival. They were in the center of media interest.