On Thursday, 14 September, at 19:00 Moscow time, the YouTube channel of Brasil 247, a partner of TV BRICS in Brazil, will host a screening of the film "Unknown Stalingrad" (2020).
The film tells the stories of veterans from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. Each of these countries has contributed to the victory in the Second World War. In the film "Unknown Stalingrad" are collected stories of real people about courage, losses and hardships. It is a story in which five countries fight together. Script writer - Anastasia Shkitina, film director - Andrey Gula.
The documentary co-produced by TV BRICS and Moja Media has already been shown at the Russian-Brazilian Intercultural School (Colégio Estadual Coronel Otávio Pinheiro) in Rio de Janeiro as part of the Victory Day celebrations in 2022. The school is run by the Ministry of Education of the State of Rio de Janeiro, which TV BRICS media network signed a cooperation agreement with this year.
In addition, the YouTube channel Brasil 247 will show the programme series "BRICS: in the Mirror of Times" for the first time in Brazil.
"BRICS: in the Mirror of Times" is a joint media project of the International Media Network TV BRICS and the State Academic University for the Humanities (GAUGN) on the history of Russia's relations with the "five" countries, which is being implemented within the framework of the Decade of Science and Technology in the Russian Federation (2022-2031).
The project is a series of thematic plots with the participation of experts (historians, political scientists, culturologists, philosophers, orientalists), telling about the most vivid pages of joint history and collective memory of the BRICS countries in the context of Russian history.
Brasil 247 is one of the largest news portals in Brazil. Its YouTube channel TV 247 features several daily programmes such as Bom dia 247, Giro das 11, Boa Noite 247 and O dia em 20 minutes, as well as interviews with famous personalities, political and economic leaders.Photo: IStock
"A high level of cooperation is maintained with Latin American countries in the humanitarian sphere. The number of countries with which we have established a visa-free regime is steadily growing - currently it covers 27 Latin American states. This opens up more and more opportunities for business, scientific and cultural exchanges, as well as increasing counter tourist flows"