A film about prisoner of the Kremlin. nominated for prestigious award
The film by Russian Director Askold Kurova “Process” about a Ukrainian political prisoner in Russia Oleg Sentsov nominated for an international award, Silver Eye-2017 as the best documentary film in Eastern and Central Europe. This is stated on the website of the European Institute of documentary film.
It is reported that the tape fell into the category of the Feature (Story – ed.). The films were selected in the categories: short, medium, meter, and story.
It is also said that the awarding ceremony will be held from 24 to 29 October at the International documentary film festival in the Czech town of Jihlava. The winner will receive a financial reward of EUR 1,500.
In Ukrainian the film was released on 6 April 2017. Previously “Process” about a Ukrainian film Director and Crimean journalist Oleg Sentsov was planning to show at the International film festival in Vancouver.
25 August 2015, the Russian court in Rostov-on-don has sentenced the Ukrainian Director Oleg Sentsova to 20 years in prison of strict regime on charges of preparing attacks in the Crimea.
In October 2016, Russia has denied Ukraine the results Sentsov, followed by Kol’chenko.
All charges are political prisoners call nonsense. Human rights organizations consider the verdict unfounded and politically motivated.
At the end of March 2017 the American branch of the international human rights organization of writers PEN International He was awarded the annual prize of the Barbara goldsmith, which is given to “prisoners of conscience”.
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A film about prisoner of the Kremlin. nominated for prestigious award 09.10.2017