Kremenchuk, Horishni Plavni, Poland: Travelling Docudays UA Event Digest for November and December

Kremenchuk, Horishni Plavni, Poland: Travelling Docudays UA Event Digest for November and December

17 November 2023

 

Sharing exciting news about the Travelling Docudays UA events: in collaboration with the human rights program RIGHTS NOW!, political scientist Mykola Davydiuk and musician Anton Slepakov (VHNVZH, Warniakannia) will visit Kremenchuk to discuss our shared vision of the future post-war.

 

In Horishni Plavni, a film originally from the Poltava region will be screened three times, and the Ukrainian community in Poland (Katowice) gets an opportunity to catch the festival sensation!

 

We've curated a comprehensive list of events for you to mark on your calendar.

 

Travelling in Kremenchuk:

 

November 25: Image of the Future: Creating a Vision Together – a drawing workshop.

 

December 1: The Image of the Future: Creating a Vision Together – a modelling workshop for children and teenagers.

 

December 4 (afternoon): Screening of Guests from Kharkiv (dir. Halyna Lavrinets) followed by a discussion.

 

A still from Guests from Kharkiv

 

December 5 (afternoon): Screening of Ptitsa (dir. Alina Maksymenko) followed by a discussion.

 

December 5 (evening): Screening of A Bunch of Amateurs (dir. Kim Hopkins) followed by a discussion.

 

December 6 (morning): Screening of Guests from Kharkiv (dir. Halyna Lavrinets) followed by a discussion.

 

December 6 (afternoon): Screening of Ramboy (dir. Matthias Joulaud) followed by a discussion.

 

December 6 (evening): Screening of Guests from Kharkiv (dir. Halyna Lavrinets) and Our Robo Family (dir. Anastasia Tykha) followed by a discussion.

 

December 7: Screening of Young Plato (dir. Neasa Ní Chianáin, Declan McGrath) followed by a discussion on combating bullying.

 

December 8: Screening of Apolonia, Apolonia (dir. Lea Glob) followed by a discussion.

 

December 9 (morning): Screening of Ramboy (dir. Matthias Joulaud) followed by a discussion.

 

December 9 (afternoon): Discussion with experts on ‘What Awaits Us After the Victory?’ by the human rights program Rights Now! Participants include political scientist Mykola Davydiuk and musician Anton Slepakov.


Musician Anton Slepakov. Photo: DTF Magazine

 

December 9 (afternoon): Screening of King Lear: How We Looked for Love During the War (dir. Dmytro Hreshko) followed by a discussion.


December 9 (evening): Concert program of the documentary and music project by Anton Slepakov and Andriy Sokolov called Warniakannia.


December 10 (morning): Workshop on ‘Human Rights and Mental Health: How to Take Care of Yourself to Take Care of Others?’


December 10 (afternoon): Screening and discussion of Second Wind (dir. Maksym Lukashov), Ramboy (dir. Matthias Joulaud), Guests from Kharkiv (dir. Halyna Lavrinets), Ptitsa (dir. Alina Maksymenko), Waking Up in Silence (dir. Mila Zhluktenko, Daniel Asadi Faezi), Oasis (dir. Justine Martin).

 

December 10 (evening): Screening of Three Women (dir. Maksym Melnyk) followed by a discussion.


Travelling in Horishni Plavni:

 

 December 4: Screening of Guests from Kharkiv (dir. Halyna Lavrinets) followed by a discussion.

 

 December 5: Screening of Guests from Kharkiv (dir. Halyna Lavrinets) followed by a discussion.

 

 December 8: Screening of Guests from Kharkiv (dir. Halyna Lavrinets) and 89 Days (dir. Pavlo Dorohoi) followed by a discussion.

 

 Travelling in Poland:

 

 December 9, Katowice: Screening of King Lear: How We Looked for Love During the War (dir. Dmytro Hreshko) followed by a discussion.

Admission to all events is free, see you there!

 

For detailed information about the events, including the exact time and location, visit the Facebook page and Instagram of the Travelling Docudays UA in Kremenchuk.

 

The 20th Travelling Docudays UA is supported by the Embassy of Sweden in Ukraine, the Embassy of Switzerland in Ukraine, and the US Embassy in Ukraine. Opinions, conclusions, or recommendations do not necessarily reflect the views of the governments, charities, or companies of these countries. The content of this publication is the sole responsibility of its authors.

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