Sept. 7: Presentation of "Crimea. The Resistance", A Documemtary Drama Film, at the National Museum of the History of Ukraine

Thursday, September 7, 6:00 p.m., the presentation of a documentary drama film “Crimea. The Resistance” with a follow-up discussion takes place.

First Deputy Minister of Information Policy of Ukraine Emine Dzhaparova, who came up with the idea of the film and wrote the scenario, says that the film’s main hero is James (Ostin Cherron), a real foreign researcher who studies the history of the Crimean Tatars. He came to the peninsula just after he learnt about the presence of unknown “little green men” to find out what was really happening in Crimea.

This is a film about defending Ukraine in Crimea, about Crimean Tatars and Ukrainians in the peninsula, who are now the main target for the occupant but continue their resistance – be it in prisons or in freedom, in occupied Crimea or on the continent.

Address of the venue: 2, Volodymyrska St.

Entrance is free. Please register in advance at