“The Little Fish and the Crocodile” Wins two awards!

Our project’s short film, the Little Fish and the Crocodile, has not only enjoyed a fantastic four month exhibition at the Museum Barberini in Potsdam as part of the Congo Tales exhibition, it also recently began it’s festival tour around the globe! Here is a list of the festivals we have been a part of so far.

15th SEDICICORTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL (Official Selection, Forli, Italy): October 5th-14th, 2018

27th MADRID FILM FESTIVAL (Official Selection, Madrid, Spain): October 11th -23th, 2018

7th VISIONI CORTE INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL (Official Selection, Miturno, Italy): October 15th-20th, 2018

4th DURHAM REGION INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL (Official Selection, Oshawa, ON, Canada): October 17th-20th, 2018

3rd INDEPENDENT FILMFEST OSNABRÜCK (Official Selection, Osnabrück, Germany): October 17th-21st, 2018

INTERNATIONAL FILMFESTIVAL FOR AUDIENCES FILEM’ON (Official Selection, Brussels, Belgium): October 24th- November 03rd, 2018

35th CHICAGO INT’L CHILDREN’S FILM FESTIVAL (Official Selection, Chicago, Chicago): November 1st-9th, 2018


We are extremely proud to announce that our little film has won two awards on our festival tour so far!

early childhood development Brussels award

The first one was in Brussels: MUNDI COMPETITION, Filem’On Award Short filmhttps://filemon.be/en/awards-filemon-2018/. The film won a “Mundi” awards, that’s given by a jury composed out of filmmakers and people working in humanitarian fields.

From Brussels Eva flew directly to Chicago, where the film was shown at the Chicago film festival. This prestigious festival gives the winners of their Live Action and Animated Shorts categories are eligible to submit to the Academy Awards for nomination consideration.

And we won!!

documentary filmmaking oscar eligible

1st prize in Chicago, Professional Jury: Best Live-Action Short!!


With this award, we are officially allowed to apply for an Oscar nomination! We are so incredibly grateful for this opportunity to share this labor of love with a larger international audience and to put the amazing people of Mbomo on the world stage. We are humbled. We are grateful. Thank you to everyone who has made this possible!!

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