As a part of our „Month of Valentyn Vasyanovych“ screening, we invite you to the screening of the film „Atlantis“ (2019). The film has pollution as its theme and takes place in April in connection with the commemoration day of the Chornobyl nuclear disaster. Moreover it takes us to a projection of post-war reality and gives another perspective on the taste of victory.
After the screening there will be a discussion of the film with an invited guest and a networking evening in the restaurant of Brotfabrik.
When and where: 13.04.2023, 19:00, Brotfabrik (Caligariplatz 1, 13086 Berlin).
Admission price: 8 € normal, 6 € reduced.
About the film:
Year 2025 in eastern Ukraine, one year after the war with Russia. Sergiy has been traumatised by the conflict. But the war has also left its mark on the landscape. The area where Sergiy is located, which resembles a landscape of ruins, has been classified as uninhabitable because the environment has been badly affected. In this unreal desert, water is a luxury good that is transported there by truck. Sergiy joins a troop of volunteers called „Black Tulip“ who dig up corpses, at least the bones that are left of them. In the group, Sergiy also meets Katja again, his former lover.
Link to the film event at the website of Brotfabrik:
The discussion after the film will be led by Irine Beridze (Freie Universität Berlin) and Daria Buteiko (CineMova e.V.).
The screening takes place as part of the project about human rights and Ukraine „Film Focus: Menschenrechte und die Ukraine“ supported by Berliner Landeszentrale für politische Bildung.
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We will be happy to see you all again in the cinema!
Team of CineMova e.V. / Ukrainischer Kinoklub Berlin