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Ukrainian producer Julia Sinkevych: ‘Culture is a powerful tool to stop aggression’

By France24
20 March 2022   |   4:05 pm
The head of the jury for the Series Mania television festival, Ukrainian producer Julia Sinkevych, speaks to Eve Jackson about the importance of festivals during times of conflict, how "culture is a powerful tool to stop aggression" and why Russian dissidents should not get help from the French government.

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