BUGS wins Cinemambiente award

BUGS the Film

At Cinemambiente in Turin, one of the longest-running environmental film festivals, BUGS by Andreas Johnsen received an award in the international documentary competition.

The 'Food Smart Cities' award is presented by the Development Education and Awareness Raising (DEAR) programme of the European commission.

Cinemambiente award

Per l’approccio creativo e divertente nella ricerca di ciò che tutti noi potremmo mangiare domani" — Cinemambiente

The jury stated the award was given "for the fun and creative approach adopted in investigating what all of us could be eating tomorrow."

Congratulations to the BUGS team from the BUGSfeed team!

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