Crocodile Gennadiy

Crocodile Gennadiy film still, courtesy of Social Impact Media Awards (SIMA)

SIMA Impact CinemaFilm

Crocodile Gennadiy (Almost Holy)

Featuring a Panel Discussion and Q&A with Director Steve Hoover

Tuesday, April 26, 7:30 p.m.

About the Program

Discover the story of Gennadiy Mokhnenko, a pastor who has made a name for himself by forcibly abducting homeless drug-addicted kids from the streets of Mariupol, Ukraine.

Award-winning director Steve Hoover (Sundance 2013 Grand Jury Prize and Audience Award for Blood Brother) presents a captivating portrait of a man who, amidst the ongoing struggle for post-Soviet revitalization in Ukraine, still has hope for the future. (Ukraine, 2015, 96 min. No MPAA rating. Viewer discretion advised. In English and Russian with English subtitles.)

Winner of the SIMA 2016 Awards for Best Documentary and Best Editing, as well as the Jury Prize for Stylistic Achievement. 

A panel discussion and Q&A with director Steve Hoover, Robert English (professor and director of the USC School of International Relations), and Elizabeth Calvin (Senior Advocate, Children’s Rights Division, Human Rights Watch) follow the screening.

Download the post-screening takeaway for Crocodile Gennadiy (Almost Holy)

THIS SERIES IS CO-PRESENTED WITH:
SIMA

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH:

Human Rights Watch

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