КОГДА: Понедельник, 4 марта в 19 часов
ГДЕ: Университет Конкордия, аудитория H-110, адрес 1455 de Maisonneuve W., Montreal
СТОИМОСТЬ: Принимаются пожертвования
Dear members of the Russian community in Montreal,
I am contacting you on behalf of Cinema Politica and our upcoming screening of the new Russian film WINTER, GO AWAY!, a fascinating documentary that shines light on Russia's growing social movement against the Putin Regime, which will screen at Concordia University on Monday, March 4th and which will feature director Askold Kurov in attendance for an audience Q&A.
On behalf of Cinema Politica, it is my pleasure to cordially invite you to this very special event. We are also seeking co-presenters to help us spread the word for this event, so please do not hesitate to contact me if your organization would be interested in co-presenting the event.
It is our goal to have as many Russophiles and members of the Russian diasporic community of Montreal in attendance for this event, so please join us and help us to spread the word amongst your community members, contacts, friends and loved ones.
You will find below a synopsis of the film, as well as all of the details for the event. I truly hope to see you at our event, and look forward to hearing back from you soon if you would like to co-present the screening with us.
Many thanks in advance for your time and support.
WHAT: Screening of documentary WINTER, GO AWAY w/ director Askold Kurov in attendance***
WHEN: Monday, March 4th at 7 pm
WHERE: Concordia University, Room H-110, 1455 de Maisonneuve W., Montreal
COST: Entry by Donation
MORE INFORMATION: http://www.cinemapolitica.org/scree
WINTER, GO AWAY! / Directed by Anton Seregin, Marina Razbezkhina, Askold Kurov, etc. /RU /2012 /78 min / Russian with English Subtitles
In the late winter of 2012, Russia found itself at a crossroads. Vladimir Putin seeks a third, extended term as president, a position he “left” earlier to serve as prime minister. The continued consolidation of power by his party revives painful memories of the authoritarian past and eradicates the possibility of political neutrality. An independent newspaper sends 10 young filmmakers into this crisis to document two months worth of back-room meetings, large-scale demonstrations, electioneering gimmicks and spontaneous acts of dissent, covering all strata of society. The resulting film eschews prepared remarks from “experts,” instead offering a powerful and direct survey of the frantic political moment. With hand-held immediacy, Winter, Go Away! captures the passion and frustration of the opposition, the cavalier callousness of the established order and the confusion and paranoia of those caught in between.
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