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Ukraine Frontline Documentary Panel Discussion

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As we approach the one-year anniversary of Putin’s war in Ukraine, you're invited to watch the recent FRONTLINE documentary about the war and then come to the library for a discussion with journalist Solomiia Hera and translator Lev Zinchenko who worked on the film.

Watch the Film Online Before the Library Program

You can watch the entire film for free online at Putin's Attack on Ukraine: Documenting War Crimes | FRONTLINE (pbs.org)

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About the Film

FRONTLINE and The Associated Press go inside Russia’s war on Ukraine, tracing a pattern of atrocities committed by Russian troops with a focus on the Kyiv suburbs, such as Bucha, where some of the most shocking carnage was found.

From award-winning director Tom Jennings, producer Annie Wong, AP global investigative reporter Erika Kinetz and her AP colleagues, the joint documentary draws on exclusive original footage, as well as interviews with Ukrainian citizens and prosecutors, top government officials and international war crimes experts.

FRONTLINE and the AP uncover exclusive and harrowing evidence that links possible war crimes in Bucha through the chain of command to one of Russia’s top generals — evidence that prosecutors hope might help build a case against Russian President Vladimir Putin in court. But the joint investigation also explores the challenges of trying to hold Putin and other Russian leaders accountable for their actions.