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The main prize of the Yakut International Film Festival was the Canadian film "Uvanga"

The main prize of the Golden Snow Goggles Film Festival for the best film was given to the film "Uwanga" by Canadian directors Marie-Helene Kosino and Madeleine Ivalou. This was reported by the YASIA news agency.

Uwanga is the story of a 13-year-old boy who tries to find himself in the world that gave him life. But this world is completely unknown to him. The boy and his mother set off on a two-week trip to the North to meet with the family of the boy's late father. The film also won the Yukon International Film Festival.

A special jury prize "For a metaphorical view of human relations" was awarded to the film "White Day". For the best female role, according to the audience, "Silver Snow Goggles" from the hands of the Soviet and Russian actress Svetlana Svetlichnaya received Ilyana Pavlova for the role of singer Elvira in the biographical film "Aiyy Uola", which showed the Yakut stage of the 90s. The best actor was Klim Fedorov, who played the main role in the comedy "Davlyat-3".

The II Yakut International Film Festival finished work on Sunday. Cinematographers from the Republic of Sakha were awarded immediately in seven nominations.

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