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Ukrainian films premiere at Berlinale

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18.02.2016
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Several Ukrainian-made films premiered at Berlin International Film Festival this week. Among them is a war documentary "Mariupolis". The film directed by a Lithuanian film-maker Mantas Kvedaravicius tells a story of keeping peace during the time of war...

Regular residents of Mariupol are the stars of the film. "Mariupolis" was shot last year during some of the fiercest fighting in Eastern Ukraine.

Mantas Kvedaravicius, "Mariupolis" Director:
"I think that's the point of the film to work out with dialectics of change"

The story of a Crimean Tatar family featured in "Without You" is fighting for the coveted Crystal Bear award in the youth category. The movie is about two brothers who walk the whole day to an old broken-down car.... The actors - are the director's cousins, and the car is where his own brother died several years ago.

Nariman Aliev, "Without You" Director
Not to forget, because the worst is when people forget. Today, I'm wearing a shirt with the names of Sentsov and Kolchenko, not to forget of the situation of Crimean captives in Russia, of Crimea... I'm trying to get this information to the people, we don't want to say how bad everything is with us but want people to remember us...

Sentsov and Kolchenko's names were heard quite a few times during the festival. "Mariupolis" premiere also had a host of German actors calling for the release Crimean activists from Russian jails.

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