On August 31st, the documentary film “Active Activities” by Jack Bryan will premiere. This film traces the long-term relationship between US President Donald Trump and Russian leader Vladimir Putin. The new film includes excerpts from interviews with Senator John McCain, Trump’s rival in the US presidential election Hillary Clinton, former US Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul, as well as other politicians and representatives of American intelligence agencies.
In the meantime, we are waiting for the premiere of the scandalous film, we offer no less sensational anti-Putin films for viewing.
“The Real Putin” (2012)
Russia is among the leaders in the number of dollar billionaires and this figure is growing every year. But among the richest people in the country there are none who earned their money honestly. The newest Russians are people unknown to anyone just yesterday, who shared the windfall profits from oil, gas, coal, metals, and electricity. Their only merit is connections in power and acquaintance with Vladimir Putin, for example, during his work in the mayor’s office of St. Petersburg.
Is this the price of stability? Will this continue for another 12 years? After all, this is exactly how long Vladimir Putin intends to reappoint himself president. Will Russia survive? The documentary film “The Real Putin”, made by an initiative group of citizens of the Russian Federation, is about this.
“Putin’s Games” (2013)
For the first time in the history of the Winter Olympic Games, competitions are being held at a subtropical resort. Sochi 2014 is the most expensive Winter Olympics in terms of preparation costs, breaking all records in terms of the scale of corruption and delusions of grandeur. Imagine: for the money spent on building a 45-kilometer road to the Olympic Village, it could easily be covered with gold or black caviar.
Director Alexander Gentelev managed to talk with many key figures – from the mayor of Sochi and corrupt contractors, senators and lobbyists, to the president of the Russian Olympic Committee. These conversations helped the author shed light on the scale of theft and environmental consequences of the Winter Olympics in Sochi.
“Huismister Putin” (2015)
The film is based on the story of the rise to power of the current Russian President Vladimir Putin, and with him a clan of intelligence officers and criminal gangs closely associated with him.
According to the director, he set himself the task of showing the real Putin. “My task was to make a popular science film, to explain very simple things to people. Explain that Putin began his career with theft, only on the scale of Leningrad and St. Petersburg, and now he has not changed. A person does not change – he only manifests himself. It manifested itself to the point that a corporation of KGB officers and representatives of the world of thieves took over Russia,” Balayan said.
“Attempt on Russia” (2002)
The film tells a version of the explosions of residential buildings in Russia in the fall of 1999. With special attention, the film analyzes the incident in Ryazan on September 22, 1999, which, according to the filmmakers, was an attempt by the FSB to organize a terrorist attack. Representatives of the FSB itself stated that these were anti-terrorist exercises.
The film features witnesses: a Ryazan police officer, a telephone operator who claims to have intercepted telephone conversations between certain persons, and residents of the house. Statements by the heads of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the FSB and their subordinates are given.
“Putin’s Secret Riches” (2016)
The film talks about how the Russian president, using his power, accumulated a secret fortune. People who were close to Putin in the past, but left Russia for various reasons, told how he “hides his wealth.” According to the film’s author, Vladimir Putin is the richest man in Europe and one of the richest people in the world. His fortune is estimated at $40 billion.
“Winter, go away!” (2012)
A Russian documentary film dedicated to the protest movement in Russia, filmed by ten young directors under the direction of Marina Razbezhkina on the initiative of Novaya Gazeta. Filming took place over two months in the winter of 2011-2012 on the eve of the presidential elections. Rallies and protests taking place at this time were recorded.
“Putin’s Witnesses” (2018)
“Putin’s Witnesses” is unique footage of the beginning of the political career of the current president of Russia. In the film, the director introduces the viewer to the main “witnesses” of Vladimir Putin’s rise to power. The film consists of rare and never-before-published video footage filmed by Vitaly Mansky in 1999 and 2000.
“Active Events” (2018)
A documentary film directed by Jack Bryan, which describes the long-term relationship between the presidents of Russia and the United States, Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump. The film will also talk about the facts of Russian interference in the US presidential elections in 2016.
According to the director of the film, Trump has been Putin’s “puppet” for several decades. He is confident that the Russian leader has been waging a secret political war for 30 years using cyber attacks, propaganda and corruption.
“Putin. Corruption” (2012)
The film unveiled a report on corruption in Vladimir Putin’s entourage, prepared by the leaders of P. The report was presented by them at a press conference on March 28, 2011.
The report was compiled by party co-chairs Vladimir Milov, Boris Nemtsov and Vladimir Ryzhkov, as well as the press secretary of the Solidarity movement Olga Shorina. The report details the enrichment of Vladimir Putin and his friends, including the 26 palaces and five yachts shared by Putin and Medvedev.
“Too Free Man” (2017)
The documentary will introduce you to the difficult fate of one famous political figure, Boris Nemtsov. His name is known to many and almost every resident of Russia knows how he died. For the people, he is a true leader and a strong personality.
This man never took steps back and always purposefully moved forward, leading a large number of like-minded people. They believed him and knew that he would never let him down. Most people in the country thought that this was one of the main contenders for victory in the election race of the nineties. He was envied, idolized and hated.