B92 Fund-produced web series wins in Los Angeles
BELGRADE -- International Press Academy's Satellite Awards were given over the weekend in Los Angeles, with the Original Short-Format award going to a regional web series.
#JustSaying (#SamoKa×em) is produced by the B92 Fund, with Belgrade-based Tuna Fish Studio as executive producers, and young director Jelena GavriloviŠ.
The cast includes Mladen Sovilj, Ana MandiŠ, Milena StaniŠ, Davor GoluboviŠ, Ana Stojanovska, Bujar Ahmeti, and Jelena AsanoviŠ.
The web series was among the winners of the Satellite Awards this year, that included hit series like Breaking Bad and Game of Thrones in the main television categories.
The awards are given by IPA, and are also considered a reliable indicator of potential winners in the upcoming Oscars.
The organization is made up of reporters covering print media, television, radio, and new media.
See this years list of nominees and winners
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