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Honeyland: Life lessons from Europe's last wild beekeeper
by Tamara Kovacevic
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11 February 2020
On 11 February 2020 BBC News reported:
One of the more unlikely films competing in this weekend's Oscars [The Academy Awards in the United States on Sunday, 9 February] is a fascinating story about a wild beekeeper in the Balkans. Honeyland has a strong ecological message, but it's the life story of the woman at the centre of the film that has struck a chord around the world. The documentary's success is even more remarkable because it started almost accidentally.
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