The Macedonian film "M" by Vardan Tozia won the award for the best film at a festival in New York
The film "M" by Vardan Tozia won the award for best film at the New York edition of the Dances with Films festival.
"I am delighted to receive the award for best film at this year's Dances with Films in New York." It was a great honor and a unique experience to be part of the official selection of this exceptional festival, with creative and uncompromising filmmakers, at an event that has grown into a driver of the American and international film spirit," says director Vardan Tozia, who personally received her in New York. the prize.
The film "M" had its American premiere at this festival. According to USA Today, the festival is ranked among the "ten most important film events on the North American continent", according to CNN, it is considered a "leader in positioning fresh and new talent of the film industry", while Indiewire recognizes him as "widely recognized for discovering the innovative spirit and talent in independent cinema."
A uniquely driven film with a dynamic emotional impact, "M" is a spectacular achievement in international film cooperation, according to the Festival's official explanation.
Tozia's story about a lonely boy from the forest, who encounters a series of challenges and adventures, looking for his fairy, precisely in the official selection of this festival presented Macedonian cinema to the American audience.
After the premiere, discussions were held between the director and members of the industry, as well as conversations with the audience. The world rights for the distribution of the Macedonian film "M" are owned by the American company "OneTwoThree Media".