Kordon is an impact documentary that wants to raise awareness about the importance of nonviolent social help.
The documentary «Kordon» narrates the story of 5 ordinary women doing some extraordinary things to help and give hope to Ukrainian refugees, united through a timeless train station at the Ukrainian border with Hungary.
«Kordon» is a thoughtful and blaring portrait of female resistance, courage and solidarity.
We appeal to the international audience not to be silent and not to stand aside.
We would love for this film to be a megaphone, an inspiration, and a tool to connect, to join forces and to ultimately create change.
If by showing this movie we demonstrate that doing something is not only possible but the right thing to do in face of enormous challenges, we hope to set an example of the power of women to transcend their sorrow and discover in themselves the courage to become the biggest stakeholder of peace.
On the 24th of February 2023, on the aniversary of the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, “Kordon” was screened all over the planet, to praise those who have done something to help and to stand in solidarity and honor the courage and resilience of the people who have endured the hardship of war. Tens of more screenings followed.
Kiev (Ukraine), Lviv (Ukraine), Rio De Janeiro (Brazil), Santiago de Chile (Chile), Mexico City (Mexico), Taipei (Taiwan), Warsaw (Poland), Metz (France), Adelaide (Australia), Riga (Latvia), Athens (Greece), New Delhi (India), Paris (France), Skopje (Macedonia), Vilnius (Lithuania), Vienna (Austria), Lyon (France), Dublin (Ireland), Madrid (Spain), Lisbon (Portugal), London (United Kingdom), Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic), Philadelphia (USA), Prague (Czech Republic), Hamburg (Germany), Helsinki (Finland), Singapore (Singapore), Abu Dhabi (Abu Dhabi), Washington (USA), Tehran (Iran), Youndè (Camerun), Freiburg (Germany), Podgorica (Montenegro), Montevideo (Uruguay), Tel Aviv (Israel), Luanda (Angola), Rabat (Marocco), Addis Ababa (Ethiopia), Oslo (Norway), Ljubljana (Slovenia), Copenhagen (Denmark), New York (USA), Osaka (Japan), Miami (USA), Beijing (China), Jakarta (Indonesia), Tbilisi (Georgia), Pretoria (South Africa), Fuerteventura (Spain), Mar del Plata (Argentina), Brussels (Belgium), Budapest (Hungary), Nicosia (Cyprus), Tunis (Tunisia), Berlin (Germany), Canton (China), Sydney (Australia)