< Presidential Grant Fund ranked ARCTIC OPEN among its Top 100 projects >
The Presidential Grant Fund has ranked its completed projects to identify the best. The evaluation covered the projects completed before the end of 2020 and was initiated at the beginning of this year, involving experts, Public Chamber of the Russian Federation, regional authorities and local public chambers. Feedback was welcome also from the grantees themselves, as well as all who followed the projects.
The 4,000 evaluated projects received a total of 28,000 assessments and 8,000comments.
The meeting summed up the results of the implementation of projects that received presidential grants and were completed by the end of 2020.
The evaluation criteria and the rating itself are available on оценка.гранты.рф. Among the best 100 practices, marked on the website with TOP 100 sign, is the Arctic Countries Film Festival ARCTIC OPEN.
“Our congratulations to everyone involved – the team, participants, viewers, partners, and like-minded people! And we give our special thanks to experts @pgrants_ru for this high rating.We designed this festival to be a landmark cultural event for the entire land of Pomors. We are actively preparing for the fifth festival, which is a month away and has become possible thanks to the support from the Presidential Foundation for Cultural Initiatives @pfci.grants and Arkhangelsk Governor’s Center of the Region. We do believe that the art of cinematography will continue to inspire us all despite the pandemic! Follow our news!” said ARCTIC OPEN IFF director Tamara Statikova.