Canadian documentary “My Country is Missing”, on a​ young Ukrainian migrant, streaming at ISA channel

My Country is Missing
My Country is Missing

As a result of the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, 22-year Liza moves to Canada to study. Being far from family isn’t easy, but even more difficult is seeing that people around her aren’t aware of the troubles in her country.

My Country is Missing” (Canada), an autobiographic 18-minute film directed by Ukrainian Liza Korotka, is streaming now at ISA channel. Awarded Bronze Best Documentary Short and Best Women Short in August 2018.

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