The History of Russian Computer Games series won the Grand Prix of the Original+Doc festival. This was reported in the Telegram channel of the Internet Development Institute (IRI).
At the institute, the project was called a series “about how Russian game dev influenced the whole world.” In addition, “The History of Russian Computer Games” was recognized as the “Most Anticipated Documentary Project”, and also received a media jury diploma “for a new chapter in the legend of the 90s,” the report notes. The series was shown at the festival on 7 July. The project tells about how domestic games were created that became international hits. The Original+ Doc festival takes place in Gorky Park from 6 to 9 July. The competition program consists of eight films. The festival opened with the film “How I Became a Child”, which tells about the Konstantin Khabensky Foundation. The director of the film was Lyudmila Snigireva.