On 10 March another edition of Thessaloniki Documentary Festival ended in Greece. Paweł Ziemilski's film "In Touch" came back from the festival with an award.

It was the 21st edition of Thessaloniki Documentary Festival. Dozens of documentary films from around the world were presented in Greece. The Human Values Award, handed out by the Greek parliament, went to Paweł Ziemilski's film "In Touch".

"In Touch" is a film about Stare Juchy, a small village located in north‑east Poland, and its 400 inhabitants who emigrated to Iceland. When families are divided by a huge distance, Skype becomes the only way of communication.

The full list of the awarded films is available on the festival's website.