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June 16-20: Docudays UA Week on SPILNO.TV

14 June 2014

On June 16-20 the International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival Docudays UA presents the selection of shorts from this year’s DOCU/SHORT program on the Ukrainian SPILNO.TV online channel.

 

The selection for SPILNO.TV is diverse, including stories of public protests and personal fighting against the time, urban anti-utopias and small family dramas. Nevertheless, each of the shorts is a unique event not to be missed.

 

Among others, there will be a screening of Joanna – the film awarded with special prize of Docudays UA jury in 2014.

 

SPILNO.TV is a non-commercial multimedia platform where proactive citizens unite their efforts in order to transform Ukraine in a constructive and rational way.

 

Screenings’ Schedule:


16-06, Mon, Filmstripe (6 PM), Living in the Shadows (8 PM), rerun at 10 PM

17-06, Tue, Taxi for Two (6 PM), Dèfriche (8 PM), rerun at 10 PM

18-06, Wed, Café Voyage (6 PM), Vegas (8 PM), rerun at 10 PM

19-06, Thu, Joanna (8 PM), rerun at 10 PM

20-06, Fri, Positive (6 PM), Srulik (8 PM), rerun at 10 PM

 

Photo: shot from Living in the Shadows

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