The screening of ‘Crimea. As it was’ documentary directed by Konstantin Klyatskin will take place in Tel Aviv on June 26, Jewishnews reports.
Cluster - Disruptive Technologies Hub and Department for Immigration Absorption of the Tel Aviv Yafo Municipality are reported to be the partners of the screening. The documentary will be shown on the roof of one of the office buildings near the Azrieli Center thanks to support from Open Air Cinema.
‘Crimea. As it was’ documentary was shot within the framework of Babylon'13 association of film directors. It is the first film about the annexation of Crimea.
The idea of a film about those who heroically fought for the peninsula during its occupation by Russia emerged a year ago. The shooting lasted for 10 months and cost UAH 900 thousand.
As a result, a documentary of those who with dignity and honor done his heroic duty was released in March 2016.