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Ukrainian Animated Film Became RHIFF18 Winner

29 October 2018, 11:08

We are pleased to announce that the Ukrainian 3D animated fantasy film The Stolen Princess returned from Ireland as the Winner of The Richard Harris International Film Festival 2018 in the Best Feature Nomination.

Sincere congratulations to all those involved in the creation of The Stolen Princess, notably the team from FILM.UA Group, Oleg Malamuzh, Yaroslav Voitseshek, Egor Olesov, Olexandra Lutsenko.

We are grateful to the RHIFF18 team for the excellent mood at the Award Ceremony, as well as all the Gala Party participants for their warm greetings.

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