Topic: "Announcement of the program of the Ukrainian stand at 42nd Toronto International Film Festival"
Pylyp Illenko, Head of Ukrainian State Film Agency
Anatoliy Solovey, head of Public Diplomacy Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine
Victoria Yarmoschuk, executive director of Ukrainian Cinema Association, director of Media Resources Management
Valentyn Vasyanovych, director of the film “Level of the Black” (“Riven Chornogo”), submitted for nomination of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science “Best foreign language film”
Moderator: Denys Ivanov, director of ArtHouse Traffic company, organizer of Toronto Ukrainian Film Days
Topic: "The Abduction of Ukrainian Citizen Pavlo Hryb: New Facts and Next Steps"
Ihor Hryb, father of Pavlo Hryb
Olha Hryb, sister Pavlo Hryb (via Skype)
Evhenia Zakrevska, lawyer, representative of the Hryb family
Maria Tomak, coordinator of NGO "Media initiative for Human Rights"
Col. Andriy Lysenko, Ministry of Defense of Ukraine spokesperson on ATO-related issues
Topic: "You cannot erase the memory: how to restore the graffiti of the Maidan and protect them from vandals"
Representative of the Ukrainian Institute of National Remembrance
Representative of the Museum of the Revolution of Dignity
Public artists and representatives
Topic: "Position of NGO ‘Community of Andriyivsky Descent’ regarding the building of the Theater on Podil"
Vitaliy Biletskyi, First Deputy Chairman of the Board at NGO "Community of Andriyivsky Descent"
Olha Rutkovska, Member of the Board at NGO "Community of Andriyivsky Descent", active member of ICOMOS of Ukraine
Lidiya Honcharenko, chairman at NGO "Colors of Life"
Vladyslava Osmak, Head at the Center for Urban Studies of the National University "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy"
Volodymyr Shevchenko, Member of the Board of the National Union of Architects of Ukraine, NUAU representative in the working group on the Theater on Podil
Topic: “Russian military aggression in eastern Ukraine”
Andrew Liashenko, MOD Spokesperson
Note: briefing is given in English only