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_Grozny: Nine Cities

Grozny: Nine Cities uses an interactive web documentary format to explore Grozny, the capital of war-torn Chechnya, through nine different stories highlighting various aspects of the city.

2014 Maria Morina,Oksana Yushko,Olga Kravets
EN,FR,RU Visit the project

The body of work itself is inspired by a Thornton Wilder’s book Theophilus North, and centers on the idea of nine cities being hidden in one, which give us a concept to explore specific aspects of the aftermath of two Chechen wars, considering them as ”levels” hidden within the capital of Grozny.

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Grozny, the capital of war-torn Chechnya, is a melting pot for changing Сaucasus society that is trying to overcome a post-trauma shock of two recent wars and find its own way of life in between traditional Сhechen values, Muslim traditions, and globalization, to cope with rapidly changing role of women, increasing contrast between rich and poor and political games. Grozny: Nine Cities uses a non-linear, interactive web documentary format. It was filmed over 5+ years. The full experience is about 20 minutes.

Project at a Glance :

Language : EN,FR,RU
Country : France
Year : 2014
Author : Maria Morina,Oksana Yushko,Olga Kravets
Producer : Chewbahat Storytelling Lab
Team : Anna Shpakova,Jose Bautista
Designers : Gerald Holubowicz
Topics : Human Rights,Journalism,Politics,War and Conflict
Technologies : Racontr,Video
Techniques : Binaural sound,Interactive Web Doc
Exhibition Venues : Bayeux Calvados-Normandy Award War Correspondents 2014
Awards & Nominations : 1st place Web Journalism,Bayeux Calvados-Normandy Award War Correspondents 2014
Budget Range : 10k€
Trailer :

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