Guardian Live Docs brings together some of the most compelling feature-length documentaries from around the world, in a double bill every month with a new Guardian commissioned short documentary.
Set to be screened on 18th November, Guardian Live’s latest documentary is The Russian Woodpecker, which follows a Ukrainian artist who attempts to unmask a possible Chernobyl cover-up and deliver a warning as Putin heads to the brink of a civil war.
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Young, eccentric Ukrainian artist Fedor Alexandrovich was just four years old when the Chernobyl disaster struck, but the event had a profound effect on him. In seeking to learn more about what happened at the nuclear plant, Fedor becomes fascinated with the Duga — a massive, Soviet-constructed radio antenna near the Chernobyl site that remains shrouded in mystery.
In the style of a paranoid thriller, The Russian Woodpecker takes us to the frontlines of the Revolution, and gives us the history and context for the war between Russia and the Ukraine, a battle that will have ramifications for the whole world.
Date: Wednesday 18th November, 2015
Place: Picturehouse Central, Piccadilly, London
Price: £15 (£7.50 with the 50% discount code below)
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The screening will also be followed by an audience Q&A with Claire Aguilar, Programmer and Director of Industry Engagement at Sheffield Doc/Fest, and Head of Documentaries at The Guardian, Charlie Phillips.
The event will also be chaired by the associate editor of Guardian Live, Craig Templeton-Smith.