• Kremlin Praises Oliver Stone's 'Snowden' as 'Brilliant' and 'a Must-See'
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    Kremlin Praises Oliver Stone's 'Snowden' as 'Brilliant' and 'a Must-See'

    Government spokesman Dmitry Peskov raves about the movie, which opens in Russia on Thursday, to Russian media

  • Conspiracy or Insanity? 'The Russian Woodpecker' Dives Into the Radioactive Heart of the Soviet Union
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    Conspiracy or Insanity? 'The Russian Woodpecker' Dives Into the Radioactive Heart of the Soviet Union

    Fedor Alexandrovich at an abandoned school in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone (FilmBuff) In September of 2013, American Chad Gracia — a writer, tutor, and former Slavic studies major — found himself in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev. The documentary — out in theaters and on VOD Friday — focuses on Fedor Alexandrovich, a wide-eyed and wild-haired 33-year-old artist who worked for a time building sets for Karenin and who was born in the shadow of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in northern Ukraine. Alexandrovich grew up with radiation in his bones and deep scars on his psyche, and he made it his mission to uncover the true story behind the disaster that shaped his life and his country.

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