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Posted by: In: News 08 Nov 2012 0 comments

“Rhinoceroses, The Curse of the Magic Horn” continues its successful career on the wildlife festivals calendar. After ending up as finalist in the Italian Festival “Stambecco d’Oro” and being nominated as best wildlife documentary by Méningoute Festival, in France; this documentary, produced by Explora Films and directed by Fernando González-Sitges, has just achieved the Best Spanish Production award by Telenatura Festival 2012. Telenatura is a wildlife festival organized by the University of Navarra and the Planetarium of Pamplona and is one of the most prestigious festivals focused on wildlife documentaries. Telenatura has become a key event to the documentary film industry all around the world for ten years now. More than a hundred productions from 24 countries participated in this year’s edition of the Festival. Thee main award went to the Austrian film “Danube” and the Spanish “Tierra y Agua” by Pe...

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