Winner Best Documentary, Munich Int. Festival of Film Schools 2014
Winner Best Documentary, CILECT International Association of Film and Television Schools 2015
Winner Best Foreign Short Documentary, American Documentary Film Festival in Palm Springs 2015

Honorable Mention in Athens Film Festival 2015
Shortlisted for the Grierson Awards 2014

Official Selection Sheffield Doc/Fest 2014
Official Selection Dokufest, 2014
Official Selection Dinnard British Film Festival 2014
Official Selection Riga International Film Festival 2AnnasIFF 2015
Official Selection GdanskDocFilm Festival 2015
Official Selection Tel Aviv International Student Film Festival 2015
Official Selection Human Rights Film Festival of Barcelona / NYC / Paris 2015

During the Kosovo War, thousands of Albanian women were held hostage by Serbian troops, tortured and forced to witness the execution of their husbands. According to the old law of Kanun, war widows in Kosovo are forbidden to remarry, work or lead an independent life outside of their homes. Held back by tradition they are now fighting depression and poverty. In a small village of widows, counsellors are trying to convince the women that the healing journey can start right in their garden. All they need is a wooden box and a queen bee.