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    Uniting hearts and minds: The premiere of "WHY US?" Documentary film sheds light on the Child warriors in Ukraine

    Premiere date: 20 February 2024, starting at 19:00, ending at 21:30.

    Venue: Marylebone Theatre 35 Park Road London NW1 6XT

    In the heart of London's vibrant cultural scene, a beacon of hope emerged on the horizon as the city played host to the highly anticipated premiere of "WHY US?" Directed by the visionary Maria Springis, this groundbreaking documentary cut through the noise of everyday life and invited viewers on a poignant journey into the lives of Ukrainian children amidst the shadows of war and conflict.

    The premiere, which took place on the solemn anniversary of Ukraine's entry into the conflict, was not only cinematic entertainment, but also a call for unity and solidarity. As the audience gathered at the Marylebone Theatre, there was a great sense of anticipation in the air, mixed with a palpable sense of purpose and determination.


    "WHY US?" is not just a film, but also a testament to the resilience of the human spirit in the face of unimaginable adversity. Through the lens of Springis' camera, viewers were transported into the harrowing reality of Ukrainian children — innocent souls caught in the crossfire of geopolitical strife. From the harrowing accounts of child abduction to the insidious effects of propaganda, the documentary reveals the naked truth about the consequences of war on the most vulnerable members of society.

    But in the midst of the darkness, "WHY US?" Has brought stories of courage, resilience and hope to light. Through intimate interviews and personal anecdotes, the film illuminates the indomitable spirit of a nation determined to rise from the ashes. From Olesya's poignant journey from a language school in the UK back to her war-torn homeland to Olga's heartbreaking loss in a devastating missile attack, each story was a poignant reminder of the enduring ties that bind us to our roots.

    The premiere was not just a platform for passive observation, but a call to action — a call for change. As the credits rolled and the lights flickered back on, the theatre was filled with a sense of urgency. Moderator Marichka Padalko led a lively panel discussion that delved into the issues raised by the film: the impact of war on children, the genocide of the Ukrainian nation, and the need to promote the mental and psychological well-being of children.

    But the journey doesn't end with the final frame of "WHY US?" As the film begins its journey to the international film festival circuit, the team behind the film remains steadfast in their quest to bring about real change. With nominations already coming in from around the world, "WHY US?" is poised to spark important conversations on a global scale and ignite a movement of compassion, empathy and solidarity.

    At a time when the world is grappling with the effects of conflict and unrest, "WHY US?" is a poignant reminder of the power of storytelling to unite hearts and minds. Through the lens of the film, we are asked to confront the harsh reality of the impact of war on children and to stand in solidarity with those whose voices have been silenced by the chaos of conflict.

    Ultimately, "WHY US?" is more than just a film; it is a testament to the resilience of the human spirit and a call for change. As it continues to captivate audiences around the world, one thing becomes abundantly clear: together, we are unstoppable.


    If you're keen to participate or attend this charitable event, please get in touch with us using the following contact details.


    6 Knightley Walk, London, SW18 1HD

    Phone: 02045782227
    WhatsApp: +447414544553

    Office 4, 15 Dmitriya Donskogo Street, Dnipro, Ukraine


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