Svetlana Alexievich

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Svetlana Alexievich was born in 1948 in Stanislav, Ukrainian SSR, USSR. She is known for her work on Voices from Chernobyl (2016), Chernobyl (2019) and Vassia (2017). See full bio »

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Chernobyl Additional Crew
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 2017 Lyubov: Love in Russian (Documentary) (writer)
 2017 Vassia (Short) (book)
 2016 Voices from Chernobyl (Documentary) (based on the novel: "Voices from Chernobyl" by)
 2015 Den värsta lögnen är den dokumentära (Documentary) (writer)
 1981 U voyny ne zhenskoe litso (TV Mini-Series documentary)
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 2019 Chernobyl (TV Mini-Series) (Additional research material "Voices From Chernobyl" - 5 episodes)
- Vichnaya Pamyat (2019) ... (Additional research material "Voices From Chernobyl")
- The Happiness of All Mankind (2019) ... (Additional research material "Voices From Chernobyl")
- Open Wide, O Earth (2019) ... (Additional research material "Voices From Chernobyl")
- Please Remain Calm (2019) ... (Additional research material "Voices From Chernobyl")
- 1:23:45 (2019) ... (Additional research material "Voices From Chernobyl")
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 2019 Women's Day (Documentary)
 2018 Belarus: An Ordinary Dictatorship (TV Movie documentary)
 2017 Lyubov: Love in Russian (Documentary)
 2016 Tria33 (TV Series)
- Episode #1.267 (2016) ... Self
 2016 Página 2 (TV Series)
Self - Guest
- Episode #9.39 (2016) ... Self - Guest
 2015 Nobel Minds (TV Special)
 2015 La grande librairie (TV Series)
- Episode #8.10 (2015) ... Self (as Svetlana Alexievitch)

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She is the 2015 Nobel laureate for literature. Her best-known works in English translation include "Voices From Chernobyl", an oral history of the 1986 nuclear catastrophe; and "Boys In Zinc", a collection of first-hand accounts of the Soviet-Afghan war. See more »

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