20 Days in Mariupol - Instytut Pileckiego
29.10.2023 () 19:00
20 Days in Mariupol
Berlin premiere | Nominated for Oscar | Received Pulitzer Prize
Berlin Premiere and must-see: "20 Days in Mariupol"
29.10.2023, 19.00 | Colosseum Kino Schönhauser Allee 123 10437 Berlin
Get tickets here: https://www.eventim-light.com/de/a/630258da01bcd227acaad56c/e/651615c0b4e22562c6acf65c?lang=en
20 Days in Mariupol received the Pulitzer Prize in May 2023 as "a recognition of the bravery and professionalism of the producer team in showing the horrific reality of the war in Ukraine." Next year "20 Days in Mariupol" will compete for the first Oscar for Ukraine as it has been nominated by Ukraine´s delegation.
?️ “20 Days in Mariupol” is a documentary by Ukrainian war correspondent, writer, and AP videographer Mstyslav Chernov, focusing on the siege of Mariupol in February-March 2022 during the full-scale Russian invasion.
? As the only international reporters who remain in the city, an AP team of Ukrainian journalists capture what later become defining images of the war: dying children, mass graves, the bombing of a maternity hospital, and more.
⏳On the 21st day after the invasion began, they managed to leave through the humanitarian corridor. Since then, there has not been a single journalist in Mariupol.
?️Tens of thousands of civilians were able to leave only after March 15. The final death toll is still unknown, but it is likely more than 100,000 victims.
?️ After the “20 Days in Mariupol” premiere, a public discussion will take place, featuring the participation of the heroes from the movie and the film team. The main focus of this discussion is to ensure that these human stories are preserved and shared with the public.
? The invited guests:
• Vasylisa Stepanenko - field producer, Pulitzer Prize winning AP video journalist;
• Volodymyr Nikulin - the policeman, who saved the team of the movie in Mariupol and helped them to evacuate;
• Anastasiia Piddubna - a witness of Russian crime in Mariupol, she was pregnant in the maternity ward during the shelling;
• Liudmyla Vaskovska - a doctor from Mariupol, who seen and helped people, who were attacked by Russians.
*Moderation by Hanna Radziejowska, a historian and the director of Pilecki Institut Berlin, which continues to collect oral histories from those who have witnessed Russian crimes in Ukraine.
Language: UA with EN translation.
Co-organizer: Pilecki Institut Berlin