“The Sun Above Me Never Sets” Yakut movie is Asia-Pacific Film Prize nominee
Yakutia 24 TV channel: “The Sun Above Me Never Sets” Yakut movie has been the nominee of the prestigious award at the Asia-Pacific Film Prize in the field of cultural diversity under the UNESCO auspices in 2019. In total, the film award nominees are 37 films from 22 countries.
“We have not realized yet the importance of the event! Our movie “The Sun Above Me Never Sets” became the APFP nominee, it is in top 5 among such a wild number of participants!”, the film director Lyubov Borisova posted on her Instagram.
Two films from Russia have also been nominated for the award: the feature film “Dylda” by Kantemir Balagin and the documentary “Watercolor” by Viktor Kosakovsky.
The award will be in Brisbane (Australia) on November 21.
“The Sun Above Me Never Sets” had been released in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan.