Film about Mariupol “Why I’m Alive” won Gold Award at Hollywood Gold awards
The film “Why I’m Alive,” directed by Ukrainian Vilen Novak, received the Gold Award at the HOLLYWOOD GOLD AWARDS Festival.
It is noted that the HOLLYWOOD GOLD AWARDS Festival is a monthly international film festival held in Los Angeles, which shows a selection of the best films in world cinema.
The plot of the film “Why I’m Alive” is based on real-life events that took place in the pre-war 1940s and subsequent years in Mariupol.
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