The Living, a film about the Holomodor

The Free Thinking Film Society presents “The Living” a film about the Holodomor…

The Living, feature documentary by Serhiy Bukovsky made in 2008 to mark the 75th Anniversary of the genocidal Great Famine of 1932-1933 in Ukraine, a.k.a. the Holodomor. The Living (Живі) tells the story of the tragic events in Ukraine in 1932-33 and one Welshman’s attempts to tell the world what was happening. It presents a new angle on Stalin’s man-made famine as Ukrainians who were witnesses to the millions who died and the millions more who suffered horrendously, tell their heartfelt stories.


The Living—a film about the Holodomor

November 12, 2011, 7 PM

Bronson Centre, 211 Bronson

Admission:  $20 ($15/students)

Tickets at the door, online or at selected retailers.

Part of the 2nd Annual Free Thinking Film Festival

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