The first film in the history of cinematography spoken exclusively in the Aromanian language, ‘I’m not famous, but I’m Aromanian ‘ was nominated for the Best Feature Film at Babel Festival organized in Sardinia , between December 2 and 7, Agerpres informs. The debut film of director Toma Enache is in the race for the Grand Prix competition, in value of 10,000 euros, along with other six feature films, from Venezuela, Italy, Spain and Switzerland. ‘I’m not famous, but I’m Aromanian ‘ premiered in theaters in Romania on October 25 and, so far has, registered approximately 12,000 spectators and grossed more than 187,000 lei. ‘I’m not famous, but I’m Aromanian ‘ (‘Nu hiu faimos ama hiu arman’) is a romantic drama that describes a journey of Toni Caramusat, a famous film director, in search of the absolute truth about the lineage of his people. Myth says that this truth is known to Armanamea, the last descendant of this race. Toni meets with girls around the world, in the hope that fate will bring out the truth and the woman he is dreaming of. Already in its third edition, Babel Film Festival is the first international competition designed to present movies spoken in minority languages, dialects or dead languages. This year, the festival is carried out under the high patronage of the European Parliament, which recognized that this competition plays an important role in the integration of linguistic minorities in Europe, according to a press release issued on Tuesday by MediaPro Distribution.