SEE UKRAINE
 
MADRID, MUNICH, PARIS
October-December, 2018
SEE UKRAINE: AN
EMPTY PEDESTAL
Exploring the country through documentary films and art
SEE UKRAINE: AN
EMPTY PEDESTAL

Exploring the country through documentary films and art

MADRID, MUNICH, PARIS
October-December, 2018

SEE UKRAINE: AN EMPTY PEDESTAL is a cultural diplomacy project of HRDFF Docudays UA organized with support from the Open Society Initiative for a Europe (OSIFE). SEE UKRAINE offers a unique program providing more information about the latest developments in Ukraine. The festival consists of three parts: films, art-exhibition and discussions. It means that the screenings of the best Ukrainian documentaries and art-exhibition accompanied by meetings with the filmmakers and artists, as well as discussions with the civic activists and human rights defenders from Ukraine and Europe to contextualize the Ukrainian reality.

Madrid, Spain
OCTOBER 12 – 14, 2018
Cineteca Madrid (films)

Munich, Germany
NOVEMBER 6 – 11, 2018
MONOPOL Kino (films), LOVAAS Gallery (exhibition), Ludwig Maximilians Universität (discussion)

Paris, France
DECEMBER 3 – 9, 2018
La Filmothèque du Quartier Latin (films), Jour et Nuit Culture (exhibition), INALCO Institute (discussion)


International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival Docudays UA

Docudays UA is a member of the Human Rights Film Network and taking place on the last week of March in Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine. The festival showcases the best examples of documentary films from all over the world exploring a broad range of issues related to human rights. The human rights educational program is an integral component of our festival — all of our screenings are followed by Q&A sessions with filmmakers and discussions with invited experts. Each year Docudays UA also organizes the Travelling Docudays UA festival in 23 regions of Ukraine and a large number of other post-festival screenings all over the country, often in cooperation with renowned cultural and educational institutions, festivals and human rights organizations, thus contributing to the ongoing dialogue about human rights in Ukrainian society.

www.docudays.ua/eng
Open Society Initiative For Europe

In a time of disillusionment and uncertainty, the Open Society Initiative for Europe endeavors to strengthen the rights, voice, and democratic power of society's least privileged groups, and thus make democracy work better for all in Europe. The prorram supports organizations that channel active participation in democracy by majorities and minorities alike, and that uphold open society values, particularly in places where the rollback of civil and political rights is most severe.

www.opensocietyfoundations.org
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