Berlin! Welcome to Petrovs showing!

In memory of anarchist from Moscow Dmitry Petrov, who gone in fights against Russia’s Invasion in Ukraine.

On October 9 at 20.30 a documentary film about participants of anti-fascist and anarchist groups during the anti-Putin protests of 2011-2012.

One of the protagonists of the movie – Dmitry Petrov, also known as Ilya Leshy, Dima the Ecologist, Phil Kuznetsov, Seva and Lev – an anarchist and anti-fascist, environmental activist, author and compiler of a number of books and articles, researcher of the Russian North and Kurdistan.

In 2018 Dmitry left Russia to participate in the struggle for a free society in Kurdistan, Ukraine and around the world. In the spring of 2023, his letter was published: „As an anarchist, a revolutionary and a Russian person… I did it for the sake of justice, the defense of Ukrainian society and – the liberation of my country, Russia, from oppression. For the sake of all the people who are deprived of dignity and the opportunity to breathe freely by the vile totalitarian system created in Russia and Belarus.“ In April, Petrov’s comrades and relatives learned that he had gone missing near Bakhmut. The movie shows episodes of his formation as an activist and strategist of this movement. After the movie there will be a discussion with Dmitriys friends and comrades as well.

Money collected during the event will go to the educational projects of Dmitry’s family.

Language of event – English (+ DIY whisper translation)

Film length – 110 min. Language – Russian with English subtitles.
Sprache des Events: English

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