Ukraine's 2014 Maidan Massacre helped oust President Yanukovych with Russia painted as the perpetrator. Oliver Stone interviews Russian President Vladimir Putin, Yanukovych, and others exposing the role the U.S. played in destabilizing the region.
War has raged in eastern Ukraine for the past three years between Ukraine's army and Russian-backed separatists. Two residents discuss how they live their lives under a constant fear of shelling and whether they see an end in sight to fighting.
The Distant Barking of Dogs is set in Eastern Ukraine on the frontline of the war. Oleg lives with his beloved grandmother, Alexandra, in the small village of Hnutove. Having no other place to go, Oleg and Alexandra stay and watch as others leave the village. Life becomes increasingly difficult with each passing day, and the war offers no end in sight. In this now half - deserted village where Oleg and Alexandra are the only true constants in each other's lives, the film shows just how fragile, but crucial, close relationships are for survival.