The International Documentary Film Festival in Guía de Isora, MiradasDoc came to an end. Polish film “Oh My God, Dear God” directed by Julia Popławska was announced as the Best Short Documentary.

Oh My God, Dear God” is a story about an old couple of villagers who sits in front of their house observing nature and commenting village’s life. They have been living in their wooden house for all their life. One day their peace is ruined by very laud visitors…

On hearing the news about the prize, Julia Popławska expressed her thanks for “sharing their quiet world” and she added: “This short film has been made really with my heart”.

The International Documentary Film Festival MiradasDoc was held from the 28th of October to the 5th of November in Guía de Isora, Santa Cruz de Tenerife.

It is worth mentioning that besides Julia Popławska’s film in the festival competition six Polish documentaries took part: „38,5” by Grzegorz Dębowski, „Phnom Penh Lullaby” by Paweł Kloc, “Charcoal Burners” by Piotr Złotorowicz, “That’s life…” by Daniel Zieliński and „Vakha and Magomed” by Marta Prus. What is more, at the MiradasDoc Market the following titles were presented: “Declaration of Immortality” by Marcin Koszałka, “The Dog Hill” by Grzegorz Zariczny, “Little Bride” by Lesław Dobrucki and “On the Road” by Leszek Dawid.

More at: miradasdoc.com.