The film Nemtsov chronicles a remarkable political life, according to the Institute of Modern Russia:
It is a story told by those who knew Boris Nemtsov at different times: when he was a young scientist and took his first steps in politics; when he held high government offices and was considered Boris Yeltsin’s heir apparent; when he led Russia’s democratic opposition. The film contains rare archival footage, including from the Nemtsov family. Nemtsov is a portrait. It is not about death. It is about the life of a man who could have been president of Russia.
The screening of Nemtsov in New York City will be held at Columbia University’s Harriman Institute on May 1 at 6:00 p.m.
Event announcement and RSVP information: http://harriman.columbia.edu/event/film-screening-discussion-nemtsov
The screening in Washington D.C. will be held at the American Enterprise Institute on May 2 at 4:45 p.m.
Event announcement and RSVP information: http://www.aei.org/events/a-screening-of-nemtsov-a-film-by-vladimir-kara-murza/
The screening in Boston will be held at Harvard University’s Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies on May 4 at 7:45 p.m.
Event announcement and RSVP information: https://daviscenter.fas.harvard.edu/events/nemtsov
The screenings will be followed by a discussion with Vladimir Kara-Murza.