“As far as I can go”, a film by the Serbian director Stefan Arsenjevic, won the Crystal Globe Award at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival in the Czech Republic, which ended on August 28, the organizers announced.

The film, co-produced by Serbia, France, Luxembourg, Bulgaria and Lithuania tells the story of two African migrants in Serbia.

The English actor Michael Caine received the crystal ball for his at the beginning of the festival, the most influential in Central and Eastern Europe outstanding contribution to world cinema.

The American actor Ethan Hawke and the Czech director Jan Sverak, known for his Oscar-winning film “Kolya” from 1996, also received an award for their contribution to the cinema.

The festival was postponed to July due to Covid-19 restrictions and recorded 111,203 tickets sold, up from nearly 140,000 in 2019.

Leaded gasoline usage increased worldwide eradicated, a milestone that will prevent more than 1.2 million premature deaths and save global economies over $ 2.4 trillion annually, the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) said on Aug. 30.

Turkey’s annual fishing season opens tomorrow after a 4.5-month ban as experts call for efforts to ensure the sustainability of marine products.

The Turks Nihat Türkmenoğlu and Bahattin Hekimoğlu won silver and bronze medals in archery at the 2020 Paralympic Games on August 30th.

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