The KinoChronics Film Festival is opening its virtual doors to the audience starting on the 12th of March 12 am CET
Belgrade, Serbia, March 12th – For immediate release
The first edition of the KinoChronics Film Festival kicks off today, on the 12th of March, and features a series of documentary and fiction movies related to human rights and humanistic values. Some highlights include Forget Me Not, the story of three women from South Korea and their struggles to overcome the pressure of giving up their babies for adoption; Disco and Atomic War, which explores the impact of popular culture and the Western media among the Soviets during the Communist regime; Meet the Fokkens, about the twins Martine and Louise Fokkens, who have worked as prostitutes for almost 50 years and run their own independent brothel in one of the most famous streets in Amsterdam. Explore all the titles on the KinoChronics web page: http://kinochronics.org/program/
All movies are free to the public and available to watch online and on demand from the 12th of March (starting midnight CET) to the 14th of March (until midnight CET) on the website: http://kinochronics.org/.
KinoChronics 2021 brings together audience, young activists and authors. Two international online discussions will take place on Saturday and Sunday, gathering youth from Serbia, Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, and Armenia with the authors of the selected films on the
Zoom platform. The first discussion is set for Saturday at 2 pm CET, exploring the topic of Human Rights and Film. The special guests of this discussion are Mamikon Hovsepyuan– human rights defender fromArmenia, Dina Barinova – documentary filmmaker, photographer
and poet from Russia, and Sun Hee Engelsoft – the author of the film “Forget me not”. The second discussion is set for Sunday at 2 pm CET, tackling the topic of Women in Activism and Politics. Our special guests on this discussion are Viktor Nordenskiöld – the
author of the film “Feminister,” Dejana Stosic – activist and feminist from Serbia, and Ulyana Nevzorova – youth activist from Belarus.
Demir Mekic and Alena Obezdchikova are the facilitators of both discussions.
If you want to be informed or participate in KinoChronics discussions, please visit the following link: https://forms.gle/4NEdRFrxJWwgwszg7
Join us this weekend and treat yourself with some #RightTime.
Additional note: Both discussions will be held in English and Russian.