Women of the Gulag
Paul Roderick Gregory
Sergei Amirdzhanov, Irina Shatalova
The film WOMEN OF THE GULAG tells the compelling and tragic stories of the women – last survivors of the Gulag, the brutal system of repression and terror that devastated the Soviet population during the regime of Stalin. The Gulag was first captured by Solzhenitsyn in his opus, “Gulag Archipelago”. Never before the stories of women and women’s experience in these camp have been told in an international documentary film. It is a collection of unique and candid interviews with women who survived the Stalin's repression of the 1930s.
Award-winning Russian-American documentary filmmaker, producer. Her UNDESIRABLES won a Student Academy Award in 2001. Has worked for dozens of programs for Discovery Channel, National Geographic, History Channel, Greenpeace, Animal Planet as producer and editor. Also worked on Al Gore’s Academy Award-winning film AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH as a researcher, and directed an award winning film, HOLY WARRIORS. First female director from the Russian Federation shortlisted for the Oscars.
Holy warriors (2007)
An inconvenient truth (2006, researcher)