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Presented By: Weiser Center for Europe and Eurasia

WCEE Film. Life to the Limit (2022, 107 min.) followed by Q&A with film director, Pavlo Peleshok

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From the Revolution of Dignity to full-scale war, successful Ukrainian film producers took up arms to defend the country and cameras to record the gruesome reality. From the fragments of memories and their own film archive, veterans Pavlo Peleshok and Yurko Ivanyshyn assembled a mosaic of the causes and consequences of today's Russian-Ukrainian war, starting from the end of 2013. They went to the front as volunteers, visited the hotspots of Donbas, and through it all, continued to create content in order to show the world the truth about the terrible war that became possible in the 21st century.
2022, 1h 47 min

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Free and open to the public. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.

After a successful car racing career in Ukraine, Pavlo Peleshok opened his own production company with Yurko Ivanyshyn in 2013-14 during the Revolution of Dignity. Beginning with streams from Maidan Square, their social journalism project Ukr. Stream now has over two billion views worldwide. He has become a veteran of the Russian-Ukrainian war (2014-2020), first as a volunteer and then as an officer of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. In 2020, he returned to work as a director and producer. He is a member of the Ukrainian Film Academy and has been awarded with multiple military and departmental honors.

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