The Desert of Forbidden Art is nominated for 2 Emmy AwardsBy Tchavdar Georgiev, Oct 23, 2012
We are thrilled to announce that The Desert of Forbidden Art has been nominated for 2 Emmy Awards, one for Oustanding Arts & Culture Programming and one for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Music.
The Desert of Forbidden Art wins a Cine Golden Eagle Masters Series AwardBy Tchavdar Georgiev, Oct 24, 2011
We are excited to receive in Washington DC the prestigious Cine Golden Eagle Masters Series Award in the Independent Division Category.
The Desert of Forbidden Art to be broadcast on PBS Independent Lens in the USBy Tchavdar Georgiev, Jul 04, 2010
We are pleased to announce that the Desert of Forbidden Art will have its US television premiere on the Emmy Award winning PBS series Independent Lens during the new 2010-2011 season. The final broadcast date will be announced in September but is expected to be in April or May 2011.
The Desert of Forbidden Art wins the Cine Golden Eagle AwardBy Tchavdar Georgiev, Jul 04, 2010
We are pleased to announce that The Desert of Forbidden Art has won the prestigious CINE
Golden Eagle Award, which has been widely recognized as a symbol of excellence in professional,
independent and student filmmaking for over 50 years.
Winners of the CINE competitions are chosen through a rigorous, tiered jury system, based on criteria reflecting
storytelling, production value, artistry, purpose and overall excellence.
Since its founding in 1957, CINE has been dedicated to discovering, rewarding, educating, and
supporting established and emerging talent in film and video. Among great talents whose first films
were awarded CINE Golden Eagles are Steven Spielberg, Ken Burns and Ron Howard, and
filmmakers such as Robert Zemeckis, Mike Nichols, Martin Scorcese, Mira Nair, Charles
Guggenheim, Stanley Nelson, Albert Maysles, Frederick Wiseman have also been recipients of the
Golden Eagle Award.
The Desert of Forbidden Art wins for Best Documentary FeatureBy staff, Apr 28, 2010
We are excited to share that our film just won the Best Documentary Feature Award at the Palm Beach International Film Festival.
Documentary jurors Rob Davis and Aaron Wells commented, "This year's documentary category featured an excellent slate of remarkable films dealing with a broad array of fascinating subjects. Having a number of exceptional films is both a blessing and curse to the jury members - it makes watching the films an incredibly enjoyable process, but it makes judging them a very difficult task. This year's winner, tells an engaging story in an innovative, artistic style. The film details one individual's incredible lifetime commitment to preserve works of art representing a nearly forgotten artistic movement and visits the museum in a remote part of the world where the artistic works are preserved and exhibited."
Uzbek Initiative becomes a Community Sponsor of our filmBy Tchavdar Georgiev, Feb 12, 2010
The Uzbek initiative is a global network of young professionals with positive and altruistic minds, whose purpose is to increase the knowledge and understanding of Uzbek society and culture around the world, through fostering Uzbek community and global cultural-exchange. It is a diverse network of young Uzbek professionals and non-Uzbeks (affiliated with Uzbek culture/people) who are great fans of Uzbek culture and people with over 10,000 members around the world.