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Polish documentary scoops top prize at Norwegian film festival

21.10.2020 13:30
A Polish film has won the best documentary award at the Bergen International Film Festival, Norway’s largest event of its kind.

The Wall of Shadows, directed by Eliza Kubarska, tells the story of a Nepalese family which takes part in a Himalayan expedition to Kumbhakarna, which, according to a local religion, is a sacred peak.

The family is struggling to earn money for their son's education and decides to take part in the ascent, thus breaking a taboo.

The expedition to what is considered to be one of the world’s most challenging peaks included three well-known climbers, Poland’s Marcin Tomaszewski and Russia’s Dmitry Golovchenko and Sergei Nilov.

The documentary had its world premiere at the Hot Docs festival in Canada, and Polish viewers were able to view it for the first time in September during the 17th Millennium Docs Against Gravity festival in Warsaw.

The Polish Film Institute, which co-financed the documentary’s production, said the filmmakers visited Nepal three times, and some of the shots were taken at heights of up to 7,400 metres in winter conditions.


Source: pisf.pl