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Award-winning documentary photographer and filmmaker Olga Kravets works primarily on long-term projects on conflict and human rights across the former USSR, Middle East, and Balkans. She is a co-author of Grozny: Nine Cities (web-documentary and book) exploring ten years of Chechnya’s war aftermath, and a director of IDFA-premiered It’s Getting Dark - The story of five families of political prisoners across Russia through time. She has directed and produced a number of web-documentaries for media and institutional clients.