The short film by Andrzej Cichocki was named the best documentary film at the Oslo Short Film Festival in Norway.

Oslo Short Film Festival is an event devoted to short films and has been held in the capital of Norway since 2017. This year's program included only 19 fiction and documentary shorts from across the globe.

Andrzej Cichocki's film was among the selected titles. A Little Bit of Paradise stole the jurors' hearts, thus earning the title of the festival's best documentary film. 

The winning film is a documentary story on the verge of reality and fairy tale. It's about a Silesian family which – in an out-of-the-way corner of a metropolis – reveals its world to the viewer and shares moments from their lives, inextricably linked with the nature that surrounds them.  

You can learn more about the festival from its official website.