The premiere of the film “Camp Courage” about a refugee from Mariupol took place in Vienna

As reported by the Ukrinform correspondent, the screening of the documentary, which has been available on the Netflix streaming platform since October 15, took place at the GRND restaurant in the presence of representatives of the Ukrainian community and diplomats.

The film, directed by Max Lowe, tells about the life of two Ukrainian refugees – a girl Milana and her grandmother Olga – in a summer mountain camp in the Austrian Alps. The camp for the psychological rehabilitation of war-affected Ukrainian families was organized by the Mountain Seed Foundation (MSF), founded by former American marine Nathan Schmidt and Ukrainian Iryna Prykhodko.

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