FEAR AND LOATHING AT EUROVISION (PRE-RECORDED) 
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A talk on platforms for artistic statements
Icelandic band Hatari used the Eurovision Song Contest as a platform for manifesting their ideas. Did it bring changes to the musicians' lives? Is it even possible to distance from the world's conflicts and create pure, unbiased art? In their conversation, director Anna Hildur and culture expert Maxim Zhbankov along with the members of Hatari will dwell on the confluence of art and activism.

Anna Hildur is a film and TV producer. She co-founded Tattarrattat in spring 2017. Tattarrattat is an independent film and television production company based in Reykjavik and London, specializing in hybrid and cultural documentaries. Anna Hildur has worked in the music industry as a manager for bands, the director of Iceland Music, and the director of Nordic Music Export. Recently she switched careers and has now turned her attention towards filmmaking.

Maxim Zhbankou is a culture expert, cinema analyst, journalist, Candidate of philosophical studies and author of the books "NO STYLE. Белкульт между Вудстоком и Дожинками" and "SloMo: Домашняя критика культурного дизайна".
Maxim Zhbankou
Maxim Zhbankou
Culture expert, cinema analyst, journalist (Belarus)
Anna Hildur
Anna Hildur
Film director, the author of "A Song called Hate", film and TV producer (Iceland)

26 / 09 / 21

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Fear and loathing at Eurovision (PRE-RECORDED) Fear and loathing at Eurovision (PRE-RECORDED)
FEAR AND LOATHING AT EUROVISION (PRE-RECORDED) FEAR AND LOATHING AT EUROVISION (PRE-RECORDED) FEAR AND LOATHING AT EUROVISION (PRE-RECORDED) FEAR AND LOATHING AT EUROVISION (PRE-RECORDED) 
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Maxim Zhbankou
Maxim Zhbankou
Speaker
Anna Hildur
Anna Hildur
Speaker
Icelandic band Hatari used the Eurovision Song Contest as a platform for manifesting their ideas. Did it bring changes to the musicians' lives? Is it even possible to distance from the world's conflicts and create pure, unbiased art? In their conversation, director Anna Hildur and culture expert Maxim Zhbankov along with the members of Hatari will dwell on the confluence of art and activism.

Anna Hildur is a film and TV producer. She co-founded Tattarrattat in spring 2017. Tattarrattat is an independent film and television production company based in Reykjavik and London, specializing in hybrid and cultural documentaries. Anna Hildur has worked in the music industry as a manager for bands, the director of Iceland Music, and the director of Nordic Music Export. Recently she switched careers and has now turned her attention towards filmmaking.

Maxim Zhbankou is a culture expert, cinema analyst, journalist, Candidate of philosophical studies and author of the books "NO STYLE. Белкульт между Вудстоком и Дожинками" and "SloMo: Домашняя критика культурного дизайна".