Events' number: 554

European Film Academy about Oleg Sentsov


North of the Arctic Circle, in Russia’s Prison Colony No.8 in Labytnangi, a man is starving because politics fail. The Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov, who was involved in supporting the Euro Maidan protests in Kiev and who has opposed the annexation of Crimea by Russia, has been on hunger strike for over 90 days. 

His lawyer Dmitry Dinze reports that during his hunger strike which he started on 14 May Oleg Sentsov has lost 30 kilograms, that he is suffering from anaemia and a slow heartbeat. Sentsov’s cousin Natalya Kaplan says "Things aren't just bad, they're catastrophically bad." Three months of protests from the international cultural world against the treatment of Oleg Sentsov have passed without any result. Three months of numerous appeals on all levels to president Putin and the Russian authorities to release Oleg Sentsov remained without response. The voices of thousands of people on the streets in over 30 countries remained unheard.
What else has to happen until those in power finally show their human face? Enough is enough: Let’s not watch Oleg Sentsov die – let’s declare Tuesday, 14 August, THE OLEG SENTSOV DAY! The media around the world, heads of state, foreign secretaries, members of national parliaments and of the European Parliament, citizens – on Tuesday, 14 August they shall unite their voices to president Putin for one big call for humanity: Mr President, have mercy, release Oleg Sentsov!

"The Dybbuk" in Kazimierz Dolny


"The Dybbuk" will be screened within the 18th Pardes Festival in Kazimierz Dolny at 24th of August, 2018, 4:00 p.m. (Kazimierski Ośrodek Promocji, Kultury i Turystyki).

We invited you also to debate which will take place at 6:30 p.m. at Architect's House SARP (Rynek 20). The discussion with Krzysztof Kopczyński and Anna Sajewicz will be hosted by Prof. Andrzej Zięba from the Jagiellonian University and Aleksandra Markiewicz, Programme Director of the festival.

Very welcome.


About "The Dybbuk"


Alina Molisak PhD, Associate Professor at the University of Warsaw, gave a lecture under the title "The Dybbuk, or Jewish (not) presence in Uman" within the conference "Controversial memorial places in Ukraine in the mirror of German, Polish, Ukrainian and Russian literature and historiography" in Frankfurt an Oder on 14th of June, 2018. The lecture based on the film by Krzysztof Kopczyński and the book by Krzysztof Kopczyński and Anna Sajewicz.

"The Dybbuk" at JCC Warsaw


"The Dybbuk" by Krzysztof Kopczyński has been screened at Jewish Community Center in Warsaw on 29th of May, 2018, with the Q&A with the director.

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