The socio-legal channel of the German ZDF TV company has completed in Kamchatka the shooting of a film about the Itelmens, The Shores of Russia.
On Friday the shooting crew left for Germany, where the premiere of the film is due on August 14, RIA Novosti was told in the Lach ethno-ecological information center. According to the authors, the documentary will tell the European TV viewers about the modern conditions of the life of the indigenous peoples in Russia's Far East.
The audience of the socio-legal channel of the ZDF TV company numbers more than 60 million TV viewers in all European countries.
The shooting crew worked in the peninsula from June 14.
In the Kovran village (Koryak autonomous area) the TV group shot the life of the Itelmen village, the catching by clan communities of the spawning smelt, the first fish holiday and the performance of the Elvel folk song and dance company.
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