The European Endowment for Democracy (EED) is a proud partner of One World in Brussels, a documentary film festival focusing on current issues related to human rights. At One World in Brussels, you will have a chance to see the best films of the One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival.
See the full programme.
>> WHEN: 26 April / 7:00 p.m. (screening & reception)
>> WHERE: European Endowment for Democracy
THE DISTANT BARKING OF DOGS
Simon Lereng Wilmont / Denmark, Finland, Sweden / 2017 / 86 min.
Ten-year-old Oleg grew up in the village of Hnutove in the east of Ukraine, just a few hundred metres from the front line. He recently lost his mother and lives only with his grandmother and younger cousin Yurik.
++ DISCUSSION AFTER THE FILM: Oleksiy Matsuka, Donetsk Institute of Information/ Hromadske Donbass; Svitlana Kolodii, GoEast Initiative; Olena Ivantsiv, People in Need
EED is also a partner of the screening of Our New President:
>> WHEN: 27 April / 7:00 p.m.
>> WHERE: Permanent Representation of the Czech Republic to the EU
OUR NEW PRESIDENT
Maxim Pozdorovkin / Russia, USA / 2018 / 78 min.
This unique film enables you to experience for yourself the effect of the propaganda that the Kremlin pumps out every day in order to mislead its citizens and everyone who is willing to believe the most absurd conspiracy theories. For example why Donald Trump should be elected President of the USA.
++ DISCUSSION AFTER THE FILM: Jakub Kalenský, Czech investigative journalist, member of East StratCom Task Force, team of experts on Russian propaganda, which is run by Federica Mogherini; Kristina Vaiciunaite, Head of Eurasia Programme, European Endowment for Democracy.