Touch the world around you, the Nature, the people very gently. Take what you need in moderation. No more, no less.
Do not suck the life out of the world around you, for every day it lights the stars and sun up in the sky, paints the earth in the colour of summer, autumn, winter and spring. One moment the tree that you walk past every day suddenly comes to life, and you catch yourself thinking about greeting him, like an equal. You reach an understanding that 'the world is a reflection of oneself'...
Always remember that the world around you is your world, that it is different aspects of you, various realizations of who you are.
We bring to your attention a wonderful example of a caring attitude to the world - a film "Happy People" by Dmitry Vasjukov.
TV project titled as "Happy People" was intended in 2003, shooting began in late 2004. In early 2007, 4 series of documentary film about settlement Bakht life in taiga were completed (52 min. each of them).
In 2008, in Moscow, the film was awarded on the National Documentary Film Festival "Artdokfest " and received the "Laurel Branch".
The right to show the film bought the first channel.
In 2010 was created the 90-minute international version of the film with the participation of Werner Herzog called "Happy People: A Year in the Taiga". The international version of the film was awarded prizes at film festivals in the U.S., Italy and Japan.
In 2012, this film was released in cinemas in Europe and in 2013 - in the United States. After the international film version bought Discovery Channel. The premiere took place on 12 June, 2013.
Сurrently Dmitry is preparing a new project which can be supported here.