Parallels, Events, People

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Parallels, Events, People
Параллели, события, люди
Directed by Kirill and Ksenia Sakharnov[1]
Produced by Natella Boltyanskaya, Lyudmila Alexeyeva, Pavel Litvinov, Sergei Sharov-Deloney[2]
Based on stories of participants in the 2011–13 Russian protests and Soviet dissident movement
Starring
Narrated by Natella Boltyanskaya
Edited by Nata Li
Distributed by Voice of America
Release date
  • May 13, 2014 (2014-05-13) (Moscow)
Country Russia
Language Russian, English

Parallels, Events, People (Russian: Паралле́ли, собы́тия, лю́ди) is documentary series on the Soviet dissident movement[2] and 2011–13 Russian protests.

Parallels, Events, People is produced by Natella Boltyanskaya[1] with support from the Oak Foundation and the Andrei Sakharov Foundation.[2] The documentary series was first presented on 13 May 2014 in Memorial society.[1]

Among participants in the documentary series are Lyudmila Alexeyeva, Natalya Gorbanevskaya, Valeriya Novodvorskaya, Maria Baronova, Irek Murtazin, Garry Kasparov, Yevgeny Yasin, Lyudmila Ulitskaya, Nadezhda Mityushkina, Alexander Voronel, Natan Sharansky, Grigory Okhotin, Ekaterina Nagornova, Igor Bakirov, Vladimir Posner, Alexey Makarov, Gabriel Superfin, Ivan Kovalev, Sergei Kovalev, Alexander Podrabinek, Nikolay Uskov, Gleb Pavlovsky, Anton Nosik, Alexei Kondaurov, Alexander Daniel, Arseny Roginsky, Tatyana Velikanova, Ekaterina Krongauz, Dmitry Bykov, Andrey Grigorenko, Yuliy Kim, Mustafa Dzhemilev, Sergei Lukashevsky, Yuri Fyodorovich Orlov, Tomas Venclova, Karinna Moskalenko, Vyacheslav Bakhmin, Tatyana Osipova, Peter Reddaway, Tatyana Dmitrieva, Semyon Gluzman, Irina Grivnina, Yuri Savenko, Lyubov Vinogradova, Vladimir Bukovsky, Bent Jensen, Zurab Kekelidze, Ildar Dadin, Pavel Litvinov.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Горелик, Кристина (8 May 2014). "13 мая. Презентация "Параллели, события, люди"" [13 May. The presentation of Parallels, Events, People] (in Russian). Radio Liberty. 
  2. ^ a b c "VOA Russian documentary series screened at Sakharov Center". Voice of America. 22 May 2015. 

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