ATHENS, GREECE
MAY 13TH – 15TH, 2016
FILM SCREENINGS
All films are presented in their original languages with Greek subtitles.

May 13th, 7 p.m.
Euromaidan. Rough Cut
Ukraine, 2014, 60 min
Directors: Volodymyr Tykhyi, Andriy Lytvynenko, Kateryna Gornostai, Roman Bondarchuk, Yulia Gontaruk, Andrey Kiselyov, Roman Liubyi, Oleksandr Techynskyi, Oleksiy Solodunov, Dmitry Stoykov


Opening film followed by a Q&A with the program coordinator of Docudays UA IDFF and PR-manager of See Ukraine program Olga Birzul.

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May 15th, 7 p.m.
Sirs ans Misters / This Place We Call our Home / The Doctor Leaves Last
Three short films depicting last three years of Ukrainian reality (91 min): Sirs ans Misters (dir. Oleksandr Techynsky), This Place We Call our Home (dir. Thora Lorentzen, Sybilla Marie Tuxen) and The Doctor Leaves Last (dir. Svitlana Shymko)

Followed by a Q&A with the director Svitlana Shymko.

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DISCUSSIONS
Two talks with civic activists and human rights defenders from Ukraine and Europe.
In Ukrainian and English with translation into Greek.
May 14th, 7 p.m.
Where Ukraine
is heading, two years after Euromaidan
Two years have passed since Ukraine's Euromaidan protests that kicked off in November 2013 and ended dramatically in February 2014. Which way is Ukraine going now, two years after these events, followed by Russia's annexation of Crimea and its aggression in Eastern Ukraine?

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THE VENUE
Embassy of Ukraine to the Hellenic Republic
2 Stephanou Delta St.,
152 37 Filothei
PROJECT CO-ORGANISERS IN ATHENS
Ukrainian - Hellenic Thought

The Association of the Ukrainian Diaspora in Greece, Ukrainian - Hellenic Thought is the first officially registered Ukrainian association in Greece, which was founded in 1997 and based on the first and still the only Ukrainian newspaper with the Greek supplement Visnyk-Aggelioforos (The messenger). The goal of the association is to save Ukrainian identity, language, customs and traditions, and inform the Greek society about the Ukrainian ancient and modern history and the uniqueness of the Ukrainian culture. For the past 20 years the association has been actively collaborating with Ukrainian, Greek and international organizations. It has also held a whole array of events, exhibitions, conferences and seminars. The association Ukrainian - Hellenic Thought has a Ukrainian Sunday school and five centers on the continental and insular parts of Greece. It is a member of the older Ukrainian diaspora organizations, such as the Ukrainian World Congress (founded in 1967) and the European Congress of Ukrainians (founded in 1949). The association supports the new media resource Ukranorama, which is the only Ukrainian media outlet in Greece.
Anna Maniati
Coordinator of the project in Athens, Greece
annam.greece@gmail.com
NEXT STOPS
MILAN, ITALY: JULY, 2016
HAMBURG, GERMANY: SEPTEMBER, 2016
SPAIN: AUTUMN, 2016
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