Take a step (1996) 11/21/1996

Film-document №81657 1 part, Duration: 0:44:48 to collection Price category --

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Anchorperson: Kozhuhov Mihail

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Themes of the program:

1. The ecologist of Surovikina

2.Yurist Selischeva

3.Artist Pankratov-Black

Guest program: Elena Surovikina, one of three participants in an environmental protest.

At the end of September, Moscow hosted a gorgeous exhibition of furs.

On the day of its opening, three girls, including a Canadian, an Englishwoman and E. Surovikina, undressed to the state in which her mother gave birth, turning into a poster with the inscription: "It is better to walk naked than wearing fur!", Went to the Manege Square in Moscow.

The main questions and topics discussed in the studio.

1. Tell me, how did you find yourself among the participants of this environmental action?

2.Where did you manage to undress and "get dressed in a poster"?

The plot of this action on the Manege Square.

Pass the girls with a poster.

The cordon of the police.

The mass of journalists.

The girls are seated in a police car and taken away.

3.And were not you scared?

4. The purpose and meaning of the action, draw attention to the protection of animals.

5. My ideological position is better than my own skin, than someone else's.

6.On readiness, as far as possible and capable, to help animals, because today they are less protected.

7.You did not resist when you were detained by the police?

8. About the court, about the issued warning for the violation.

Survey of spectators in the studio.

Question: Do I need to undress to protect animals?

9. In general, all are unanimous in the opinion that E. Surovikina committed an act aimed at making us all kinder.

Guest of the program: Natalia Selischeva, lawyer.

She laid her apartment, and on the money she had received she opened in Rostov the Great Museum and the House of Artists.

The main questions and topics discussed in the studio.

1.You from Kiev?

Do you have a big apartment in Kiev?

2. The idea of ​​creating a museum and a house of creativity arose from his son.

3.All family, with the help of friends Selischeva rented an old, merchant (dilapidated) house and engaged in its restoration and construction.

Photos of the house before and after repair.

4. What was the idea of ​​creating this house in Rostov the Great?

5. About Rostov the Great, as a city of centuries-old traditions of Russian art starting from icon painting.

6. About the device of the house.

There is an exhibition hall, various workshops, a small hotel.

7.This is the first private, free museum in Russia.

Photos of the house of creativity.

Says son Pavel Selischev, a physicist.

He tells about why he is interested in this project.

8. On the 1135th anniversary of Rostov the Great N. Selishcheva plans to hold a symposium of artists in the house of creativity.

9.So because of family problems (husband's illness) they can not all move from Kiev to Rostov the Great.

Guest program: Alexander Pankratov-Black, actor of the tetra and cinema.

And for some time now he is president of two funds.

One of the children's "Our Generation" for the sports development of children and social protection of disabled children and the cultural fund "Province".

The main questions and topics discussed in the studio.

1. Why did you decide to head the children's fund "Our generation"?

2. Initially, the organizers of the fund asked A. Pankratov-Black, as a popular and well-known artist, to help in solving various issues and popularize it.

3. About the sports school of struggle on Shabolovka and its graduates.

4.For the help of the fund from the actor's shop and friends.

5. About finding funds, investors and solving household issues.

6.Pro cultural fund "Province", which is created to help young talented artists.

7.Ob idea of ​​the Center for Provincial Art.

8. Recently recently published a book of poems A. Pankratov-Black.

9.About friendship with veteran organizations of the Afghan war.

A. Pankratov-Cherny reads one of his poems