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Progressive Movie Night: Ukraine on Fire

03/27/2018 7:00 pm
03/27/2018 10:00 pm


The next in this year's WWUH Progressive Movie Night series will be a showing of  the new documentary, Ukraine on Fire. This 2017 film, directed by Igor Lopatonok and produced by Oliver Stone, features Stone in conversation with Viktor Yanukovych, Vladimir Putin, and other notables and journalists. It also includes vivid footage of the protests and behind-the-scenes activity. Don't miss the opportunity to see this unusal film!

Tuesday, March 27 at 7 p.m.

Hillyer Hall, Auerbach Auditorium, University of Hartford, 200 Bloomfield Ave, West Hartford, CT 06117.

Free parking in Lot B.


Ukraine. Across its eastern border is Russia and to its west—Europe. For centuries, it has been at the center of a tug-of-war between powers seeking to control its rich lands and access to the Black Sea. 2014's Maidan Massacre triggered a bloody uprising that ousted president Viktor Yanukovych and painted Russia as the perpetrator by Western media. But was it?
Ukraine on Fire by Igor Lopatonok provides a historical perspective for the deep divisions in the region which lead to the 2004 Orange Revolution, 2014 uprisings, and the violent overthrow of democratically elected Yanukovych. Covered by Western media as a people’s revolution, it was in fact a coup d’état scripted and staged by nationalist groups and the U.S. State Department. Investigative journalist Robert Parry reveals how U.S.-funded political NGOs and media companies have emerged since the 80s replacing the CIA in promoting America’s geopolitical agenda abroad.
Executive producer Oliver Stone gains unprecedented access to the inside story through his on-camera interviews with former President Viktor Yanukovych and Minister of Internal Affairs, Vitaliy Zakharchenko, who explain how the U.S. Ambassador and factions in Washington actively plotted for regime change. And, in his first meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Stone solicits Putin’s take on the significance of Crimea, NATO and the U. S.’s history of interference in elections and regime change in the region.