Maple Hope Foundation organized a screening of an impressive documentary film about the “Cyborgs”, defenders of the Donetsk airport, who died defending their native land. The screening was followed by a meet and greet with the film’s director, Ukrainian journalist, writer and volunteer Ruslan Horov.
Ruslan Volodymyrovych Horovy is a Ukrainian journalist, author of the well-known project “Children’s Search Service”, Honored Journalist of Ukraine, documentary filmmaker, poet and musician, writer, author of collections of novels and short stories (published in 2002, 2007, 2011, 2013–2020). He is also the co-founder of the TaTySho publishing house and the founder of the art project “That’s how memory works”, which aims to honor the memory of Dana Didik, a 15-year-old public activist who became a victim of a terrorist attack during the Unity March in Kharkiv in February 2015.
Thank you, Ruslan, for sharing your important work with the community in Vancouver!