The war in Ukraine has seen the truth become a victim in one of its many casualties, with voices from Lithuania, Ukraine and Russia attempting to speak out and defend it with alternative perspectives. The Tracks documentary programme delves into how these individuals are using their art and reporting to attempt to combat the various forms of propaganda that is spreading across the region.
The documentary provides an insightful look at how independent journalists and artists are trying to address the misinformation that is being disseminated by powerful sources; taking us on a journey through conversations with key players who aim to uncover truths in unlikely places. We also get a chance to view their creative works, such as paintings and illustrations, which they use to call into question those beliefs they feel are misguided or inaccurate.
There’s no doubt that this conflict has been particularly damaging for the people of Ukraine but there is hope in witnessing those courageous enough to stand up for the truth and not be manipulated by lies. This documentary will allow you take a closer look at what’s happening behind the scenes and hear their stories firsthand.
Don’t miss your chance to watch Tracks: A Journey Through Propaganda, Counter-Propaganda and Art as it takes you on an exploration of how different forces are shaping how we understand this conflict. See for yourself how people are working together in order to reveal new truths and provide an alternative perspective about the war in Ukraine.