The documentary “In the Realm of the Spider-Tailed Viper” was one of 40 films out of 600 documentaries selected by The Wildlife Film Festival held at Rotterdam for two screening times on (October 31 and November 3) 2019.
The producer of the movie “In the realm of the spider-tailed viper” is Dr. Mohammad Ala, winner of the 2019 World Wildlife Film Award, the 2018 Cinema Vérité Award, the 2018 Panda Award and the 2013 Grand Prix Film Italia Award. The above photo shows Dr Ala at Rotterdam in 2019.
The Festival International Du Film De Menigoute held on November 2, 2019 in the new-Aquitaine region of France bestowed the Région Nouvelle-Aquitaine Creativity Award offered for the documentary “In the Realm of the Spider-Tailed Viper” for best film production.
The movie was chosen for this award as a result of its originality, innovation and creativity.
Certificate of award bestowed for the documentary movie “In the Realm of the Spider-Tailed Viper”
The Award ceremonies were also announced in the prestigious France 3 media outlet. The French Ambassador in Iran tweeted and congratulated the Iranian film makers for winning high prizes in France.
The above photo shows Dr. Ala (second from left receiving the 2013 Grand Prix Film Italia Award) along with two Italian mayors from Lecce and Bari who attended this event. The festival is known among Italians because it started in 1962.
Spider-tailed viper has become winningest wildlife documentary film produced within Iran by an all-Iranian crew. As noted previously, the documentary movie “In the Realm of the Spider-Tailed Viper” has won numerous awards and citations including:
- Won Green Oscar (Panda) in England
- Won World Wildlife Film (WWF) Technical Award in Italy
- Won the highest Wildlife Awards in France
- Won the first Audience Award in Tehran, Iran
- UN recognition as an endangered species
- Various Certificates and Recognition citations in Germany, Italy, France, Iran, and Holland
A snapshot of the audience just before the commencements of the documentary movie screenings for the Wildlife Film Festival in Rotterdam in 2019.
In 2020, a new documentary film featuring a bird species will be introduced from Iran.