'PIANO' SCREENING AND DISCUSSION PRESENTED WITH IUPUI AND EXODUS REFUGEE

At the height of the protests in Kiev's Maidan Square, a piano, about to be used as a barricade, is rescued by a music student. The bashed up piano becomes a symbol of the revolution, reigning over the square, singing along with the protesters and fueling their fervor. Piano is the story of an instrument at war and the "piano extremists" who fought to keep its message of freedom alive.

  • 90 minutes
  • After the screening, join the film’s director, Vita Drygas, with faculty and students from IUPUI, and a representative from Exodus Refugee to discuss the role and ethics of art during times of conflict.   

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About Kan-Kan Cinema and Brasserie

An arthouse cinema. A European-inspired restaurant. A neighborhood gathering place. A home for film-lovers, food-lovers and community-seekers, in Windsor Park, just northeast of downtown Indianapolis.