Stalking Chernobyl: Awards


Stalking Chernobyl

Photo credit: Thierry Vanhuysse.



We are honored by the thoughtful and enthusiastic feedback that we have received from audiences of Stalking Chernobyl. The following is a list of awards that the documentary has received at film festivals throughout the world.

Stalking Chernobyl Awards:
  • CANADA / New Westminster: Feature Film – Honorable Mention, Festivus FilmFest 2022
  • USA / Gainesville: EcoTourism Award, Cinema Verde Film Festival 2022




    • UNITED STATES / Tucson, Arizona, Best Documentary, Arizona International Film Festival, 2021






    • CZECH REPUBLIC / Ostrava, Third Place, International Festival of Outdoor Films, 2020






    • UNITED KINGDOM / London, Best Documentary, London Rocks International Film Festival, 2020


    • ROMANIA / Mures Country, Best Touristic Film, SIMFEST – The International TV Broadcasters and Independent Producers Festival, 2020





Stalking Chernobyl Mentions:



    • UNITED STATES / LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, Honorable Mention, DaVinci International Film Festival, 2020


    • GERMANY / FRANKFURT, Official Selection, Golden Tree International Documentary Film Festival, 2020


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