Russian film, television and theater producer Andrej Nekrasov and Norwegian Piraya Films The Magnitsky Act – Behind the Scenes has received a lot of media attention. This is not least due to the fact that one of the main characters, the American billionaire Bill Browders, has stubbornly fought to stop all screenings of the film. A planned screening for the European Parliament was stopped, and the Short Film Festival in Grimstad also chose to take it off the poster after Browder got through a court order against it in Oslo District Court. Despite opposition from Browder, the film has had a preview for special guests in Washington, and on June 25 it had its world premiere at the Cinematheque in Oslo – with a subsequent lively discussion. The film is now being considered for screening on NRK, while French and German television stations have canceled. . .
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