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Inconvenient Films: Pavlensky: Life Naked

Pavlensky: Life Naked

Director: Darya Khrenova

Russia, Latvia, 2016, 71 min., R, Russian language with Lithuanian and English subtitles

Producers: Guntis Trekteris, Darya Khrenova, Vlad Ketkovich
Cinematographers: Aleksandra Ivanova, Darya Khrenova
Editing: Armands Začs, Darya Khrenova

Petr Pavlensky, artist and activist, is in the vanguard of forging social change in Russia. Through an array of courageous performances, he acts as a society's conscience in the face of an increasingly totalitarian state. From lying naked in a coil of barbed wire, to nailing his scrotum to the floor of Red Square, his acts of defiance aim to spark debate and catalyse reform.

Screenings:
2017.X.18 18:30
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