"Fish owl. Wanted" documentary entered the contest program of the 7th Moscow Russian Cinema Festival "Let's Live!".
The documentary project "Fish owl. Wanted" became the main premiere of the last autumn of the "Living Planet" TV channel.
The Blakiston’s fish owl is the first to greet dawn on earth every day. At the shores of the mighty Pacific, there is no creature more mysterious. This rare bird chooses the quietest corners of the Ussuri taiga as its home. Our audience will meet this mystic owl. Understandably, this is no simple task. We head out to Siberia, in search of this elusive creature and confront unexpected experiences en route!
Few people saw the largest owl in nature, it is very difficult to find it. Even more difficult to photograph, and quality video shooting until recently did not exist. TV channel "Living Planet" decided to find a fish owl and show it to the whole world.
The festival of Russian cinema "Let's Live!" is held since 2011. The main goal of the festival is to show new national projects and their creators; expansion of the audience by means of open-air shows, libraries, museums; promotion of young cinematographers; the development of the film industry in Moscow.
The jury of the festival determines the winners in the categories - full-length play, short and documentaries.
The Moscow Festival of Russian Cinema "Let's Live!" is traditionally held in late August and early September and is timed to coincide with the Day of Russian Cinema and the celebration of the Day of the City of Moscow.