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On October 22–30, the 8th Human Rights Film Festival "Inconvenient Films" will be held in Vilnius. In cooperation with Docudays UA, it will present a special program Ukraine.doc.
"It has been almost a year since Euromaidan started. There is no doubt that revolution and war have irreversibly changed Ukrainian society, especially its new generation. It is difficult to draw conclusions at the moment, because any day Ukraine can be drawn into a full-scale war. However, Docudays UA selected several recent Ukrainian films that can show the international audience a picture of our reality as seen by young independent filmmakers," explains the programs' conception.
The program includes four films:
The 2014 Docudays UA's opening film Euromaidan. Rough Cut. Directors: Volodymyr Tykhyi, Andriy Lytvynenko, Kateryna Hornostai, Roman Bondarchuk, Yulia Hontaruk, Andrey Kiselyov, Roman Liubyi, Oleksandr Techynskyi, Oleksiy Solodunov, Dmitry Stoykov. The project has recently started its Facebook page.
Crepuscule by Valentyn Vasyanovych;
Positive by Polina Kelm;
Meat Factory by Piotr Armianovski.
Inconvenient Films is an international documentary film festival that exists since 2007 and takes place in Vilnius, Lithuania. Filmmakers, experts, activists and anyone else are invited to participate and discuss the role of documentary films in the contemporary world. Festival's mission is to provoke the audience's interest in human rights issues and encourage their active citizenship.