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Milo Rau's "The Moscow Trials" is part documentary, part theatrical experiment.The theater-documentary project revisited Russia's raging and long-standing culture war between those who see contemporary art as a platform for progressive political activism, and those who dismiss it as offensive hooliganism that desecrates religious values.Rau was a featured artist at this year's event, participating in a master class, theater performance and public talks as well as projecting two of his films the first being the 2017 doc "The Congo Tribunal"."Trials" documents a theatrical restaging of trials of artists who'd staged three separate art installations in Russia between 2003 and 2013, all of which were summarily convicted. The director does an excellent job in reminding the audience transparent and legitimate court proceedings have been absent from Russia's recent history, especially in the case of trials of artists and dissidents.
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