In November 2013, after peaceful student demonstrators at Maidan Square in Ukraine's capital Kiev were met with violence by the country's special police forces, thousands of people from across the country descended on the square in support of the students. Women courageously filled the streets, energized the nation, and sustained the protestors for over two months in the cold of winter. This is the story of the women behind what became known as the "Revolution of Dignity." Following the screening, filmmaker Olha Onyshko
will participate in a Q&A moderated by Erica Ginsberg.
ABOUT DOCS IN PROGRESS
Docs In Progress is a nonprofit arts organization dedicated to building community through documentary. We do this through a variety of programs including classes, workshops, filmmaker roundtables, and screenings of both in-progress and completed works. We have presented screenings of alumni and community member works in Takoma Park as part of the We Are Takoma program since 2012. Find out more about other Docs In Progress programs.
Admission is FREE thanks to the support from the City of Takoma Park. Docs In Progress is also supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, the Maryland State Arts Council, the Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County, the Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation, and people like you.