Manel Alías, correspondent of TV3 and Catalunya Ràdio in Moscow, will introduce the premiere of Putin’s Witnesses in Barcelona.
We’ll start this year 2020 with a premiere where no one will remain indifferent: Putin’s Witnesses, the film that we cannot watch in Russia.
Through personal archive material and unique witnesses very close to one of today’s most controversial political leaders, Vitaly Mansky reveals the true causes and consequences of the political plot that put Putin in power.
Protagonists such as Mikhail Gorbatxov, Boris Ieltsin and Vladimir Putin himself, reveal their rise to power and the actors that made it possible. Vitaly Mansky wants his documentary to be a testimony, not only for Russian society, a silent testimony of its own destiny, but also for other countries in the process of losing their freedoms.
Photo: Televisió de Catalunya
This first release of the year, we’ll count with an special guest. Manel Alías, correspondent of TV3 and Catalunya Ràdio in Moscow, will introduce the premiere of Putin’s Witnesses.
Manel Alías (Berga, 1977), graduated in Audiovisual Comunication in UAB. Since 2001 he works on Catalan Broadcasting Television, where he has been host of a teenager news bulletin (Info-K), directed some reports for the program 30 minuts and he has been Head of Edition of La nit al dia weekly program, directed by Mònica Terribas.
The premiere of Putin’s Witnesses will be at Cinemes Girona (Girona street, 175, Barcelona), Thursday, January 9 at 7:30 p.m.
Don’t miss it! Get your tickets HERE