Reaching the widest audience world-wide is our main goal and we are always happy to hear if one of our films generates high ratings.
However we don’t want to hide that we are proud when the artistic and scientific values of our productions are recognized by juries of film festivals consisting of industry and wildlife experts. During the years our films have been finalists more than 90 times on different international film festivals.
And quite often they got awarded… here’s the list of our prizes and nominations:
(These are solely the awards, we don’t list the festivals where our films have been finalists)

Wild Hungary – A Water Wonderland

  • Main Award, Waga Brothers International Nature Film Festival, Poland, 2013
  • Third Prize in Natural History Category, Wildlife Vaasa, Finland, 2012
  • Best Sound, nomination, Wildscreen, UK, 2012
  • Prix de l’Image, Award for the Cinematography, Festival Nature Namur, Belgium, 2012
  • Grand Prix, GreenVision International Environmental Film Festival, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2011
  • 1st Prize: Prix Paysages, Ménigoute International Ornithological Film Festival, France, 2011
  • 2nd prize, Prix Paul Geroudet, Ménigoute International Ornithological Film Festival, France, 2011
  • 2nd Prize, Prix du Parc Interregional du Marais, Ménigoute International Ornithological Film Festival, France, 2011
  • Main prize: Best Nature Film, Ekotopfilm,  Slovakia, 2011
  • Best Cinematography, Puchalski Nature Film Festival, Poland, 2011
  • 3rd Award, Xi’an International Folk Images Competition, China, 2011
  • 2nd Prize, IUTYT International Environmental Film Festival, Czech Republic, 2011
  • Best Documentary about Protected Areas within the European Union, Sondrio Film Festival, Italy, 2011
  • Nominated in the Best Wildlife Habitat Program category, Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival, USA, 2011
  • First Prize: Best Scientific and Popular Film, Agrofilm, Slovakia, 2011
  • First Prize: Best Nature Film, Matsalu International Nature Film Festival, Estonia, 2011
  • Special Prize of the Matsalu National Park, Matsalu International Nature Film Festival, Estonia, 2011
  • Best Cinematography, Dok.Ro Romanian-Hungarian Documentary Film Festival, 2011
  • Festival’s Plaquette, Speciel mention for editing, International Scientific Festival, Hungary, 2011
  • Grand Prix, Water Sea Ocean Festival, Czech Republic, 2011
  • Nomination in the Best Sound Design category, Green Screen, Germany, 2011
  • Best Camera, Naturvision, Germany, 2011
  • Diable d’Or Prix, Best Film, FIFAD, Switzerland, 2011
  • Best Nature Film, Vertical International Film Festival, Moscow, Russia, 2011
  • Best Educational Film Award, Japan Wildlife Film Festival, 2011
  • Grand Prix in the category of Scientific Educational Documentary Films, Hungarian Annual Film Week, 2011
  • Honorable Mention for Sound, Music and Mix, IWFF, Montana, USA, 2011
  • Grand Prix, Hungarian Wildlife Film Festival, 2011
  • Best Camera Work, Save And Preserve Film Festival, Russia, 2011

Otter Man

  • Prize of Ministry of Family of the Slovak Republic, Ekotop Film Festival, Slovakia, 2008
  • Golden Eye Festival: Best Cinematography, Festival of the H.S.C., 2008
  • Best director, Annual National Film Week, Hungary, 2008
  • Best Natural History Film, Dok.Ro Romanian-Hungarian Documentary Film Festival, 2008
  • Grand Prix, Hungarian Wildlife Film Festival, 2008

Parting Lands – An Icelandic Saga

  • Best Camerawork, Green Screen Festival, Eckernförde, Germany, 2008
  • Best International Film, IUTYT International Environmental Film Festival, Czech Republic, 2008
  • Grand Prize of the International Jury, Agrofilm, Nitra, Slovakia, 2006
  • Best Geology and Geomorphology Film, Wildlife Vaasa Festival, Finland, 2006
  • Crystal Mount Award for the Best Nature Film, International Film Festival, Moscow, Russia, 2006

Flatland Flyers

  • Best Adventure Film, Hungarian Nature Film Festival, 2006
  • Nominated in “Nature” category, Dok.Ro Romanian-Hungarian Documentary Film Festival, 2006

Of Moose and Men

  • Nominated for Best Photography, Wildlife Vaasa Film Festival, Finland, 2002
  • Nominated for the, Crystal Eagle Award. European Nature Film Festival, Valvert, Belgium, 2003

Cyanide Blues

  • Award for the Best Presentation of an Environmental Issue, IWFF, Montana, USA, 2002
  • Best film on water and wetlands, Jury’s special award, Ecofilms Rhodos International Film Festival, Greece, 2006
  • Grand Prize of the National Radio and Television Board, International Scientific Film Festival, Hungary, 2003
  • Nominations: Newcomer Award, National Geographic Environmental Award Wildlife Europe Festival, Sundsvall, Sweden, 2001