Short documentary Real Man's Film directed by Nebojsa Slijepcevic was awarded as the best film in Kosice, Slovakia, at 19th IFOLT (International Festival of Local Television) in the category of films produced by independent production companies. The film received Golden Beggar Award, a symbol of this Slovakian city. In the category of production company films were competing 44 international short films and th jury consisted of Slovak director Otto Olejar and British writer James Sutherland-Smith explained their decision to award Real Man's Film for its 'innovative way in which film treats problems and questions of juvenile violence'. Another film produced by Restart was awarded at the festival. Salt, Olive, Stone directed by Branko Vilus won special mention for excellent camera work.
Real Man's Film had its world premiere in the documentary competition of Sarajevo Film Festival 2012 where it won Human Rights Award and within a year the film was screened in programs of more than 20 international film festivals.
Salt, Olive, Stone by Branko Vilus was premiered at the Srem Film Festival 2013 in Ruma, Serbia, festival dedicated to the environmental documentary films. There, film won an award for the Best Environmental Film.