Docs & Film Festivals

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Zubroffka highlights

The 7th edition of Zubroffka in Białystok and Podlasie in Poland came to an end last Sunday. The festival was a great success with screening of dozens of noteworthy short films. … Continue reading

12/12/2012 · Leave a comment

When your enemies become your friends

Masha Drokova is a spokesperson for NASHI, Putin´s political youth organisation in Russia. Being as active she is within the NASHI, Masha has a bright future a head of her, … Continue reading

16/02/2012 · Leave a comment

Ballroom Dancer

Slavik Kryklyvyy used to be the World Latin American Dance Champion. He misses competing but he has been through some tought times both in his professional – and private life. … Continue reading

09/01/2012 · Leave a comment

My Perestroika

Today marked the day of the biggest protests in Moscow since the fall of the USSR, according to BBC. Around 50.000 people attended the anti-government rally in Moscow today, but … Continue reading

10/12/2011 · 1 Comment

A Bitter Taste of Freedom

The latest film of the Russian documentary filmmaker Marina Goldovskaya is the documentary A Bitter taste of Freedom (2011). The film is about her late friend, the Russian investigative journalist and … Continue reading

30/11/2011 · Leave a comment

The Vodka Factory

The Vodka Factory  (2010) by Jerzy Sladkowski was one of the most memorable documentaries at Nordisk Panorama in Århus last september. The doc tells the story of Valentina who lives … Continue reading

26/11/2011 · 2 Comments

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