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Ukrainian documentary about school in ATO zone won Berlinale Grand Prix
15:43, 18 February 2017
Ukrainian documentary about school in ATO zone won Berlinale Grand Prix

"School №3" is based on a play "Nikolaievka", which was staged by Theater of migrants.

15:43, 18 February 2017

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The film "School №3", which demonstrated the lives of children in the front-line school in Donbas, has won a prestigious award at the Berlinale Film Festival for best feature film. This was reported on the official website of the movie on Facebook.

"Grand Prix of the International Jury Generation 14+ at the Berlinale 67 for the best feature film went to "School №3"! For the peace both in Ukraine and in the whole world!" The authors noted.

Notably, the film consists of a monologue of children who go to school in a combat zone. "School №3" is based on a play "Nikolaievka", which was staged by "Theater of migrants." This picture is a result of collaboration of Ukrainian and German artists, it was directed by Georg Genaux and Elizaveta Smith.

Earlier at the International Film Festival in Germany, was shown the premiere of "The Process. Russian state against Oleg Sentsov" documentary. Those people attended the  premiere held a flash mob, demanding from Russia to release illegally held in prison Ukrainian director.

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