Pussy versus Putin
|Pussy vs. Putin|
|Created by||Gogol's Wives |
|Screenplay by||Gogol's Wives|
|Directed by||Gogol's Wives|
|Country of origin||Russia|
|Producer(s)||Gogol's Wives Production|
Ilya Zaslavskiy (Associate Producer, Free Speech LLC)
|Running time||63 minutes|
Pussy versus Putin is a 2013 Russian documentary film by the film collective Gogol's Wives chronicling the history of the group Pussy Riot and their struggle with the political regime in Russia. The film received the NTR IDFA Award for Best Mid-Length Documentary at the 2013 International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam.
The one-hour film includes sequences in which group members discuss their political aims, footage of their guerrilla-style performances during the run-up to the 2012 Russian presidential election as well as the intimidation and physical harassment they face, shot from behind bars and inside prison vans.
2011 (Moscow) — Pussy Riot performance on the trolleybus roof in Moscow
- Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer, another 2013 documentary about Pussy Riot
- Russian focus - the magazine of the Session[permanent dead link]
- Frost, Caroline (17 December 2013). "Documentary: 'Pussy Versus Putin' Gives Insider's View Of The Cost Of Taking On The Might Of The Kremlin". Huffington Post. Retrieved 17 June 2015.
- MacNab, Geoffrey (20 November 2013). "Scenes Putin doesn't want you to see". The Independent. Retrieved 17 June 2015.
- Pussy versus Putin on IMDb
- Russian film about the band Pussy Riot received the award in Amsterdam
- Review of Anna Narinsky
- Review Marat Gelman
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