Finnish Food Documentary Grabs 2 Gold Awards
The Finnish Food Company HKScan has recently won 2 Gold Awards in the Aurora Awards international film competition in the US. The categories that the film was nominated for were Corporate Image and Documentary Historical Series which brought the movie one Gold Award each.
Competing with films from all around the world, HKScan’s film was highly praised for its usage of archive footage and it portrays the development and growth of the slaughterhouse cooperative which was founded by cattle farmers in the southern and western regions of Finland. It further describes how the company became a leading international food expert.
Directed by Pami Teikari and produced by Pami Teikari and PohjantÃ¤hti–Elokuva, the documentary is composed of old archive material and TV and advertisement footage.
HKScan operates in Scandinavia, Poland and the Baltic countries and manufactures and sells a wide range of meat products from pork to poultry products and a large variety of processed food.
Just last year, the company recorded a 2.5 billion Euros net profit and employed some 11,000 people.
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