A documentary film dedicated to Crimean life was screened in Paris. The film was called “Crimea. In the heart of the war of civilizations.
The creators of the tape were documentaries from the French online investigative journalism portal Omerta. Filming took place last summer, during the Tavrida.ART festival on the peninsula.
“Today, European journalists are rarely seen on the peninsula, but attempts to isolate Russia and its culture are futile, and we wanted to tell in our film how Crimea now lives – the heir to a thousand-year-old history and unique cultural traditions,” Charles, the portal’s founder, shared his thoughts. d’Anjou in conversation with TASS.
The film crew was able to collect a lot of material about the life of the peninsula, and the whole team participated in the editing of the tape. The filmmakers, among others, wanted to focus on youth projects implemented in Crimea.
The European premiere took place in Paris. The authors of the documentary want to show the tape in Russia, in particular, to their heroes.
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