Johnny Depp supported Ukrainian director Oleg Sentsov
As part of the "Prisoners for the Arts" campaign, actor Johnny Depp supported the illegally incarcerated Ukrainian director Oleg Sentsov in the Russian Federation.
Voice_Project Human Rights Defenders Launched Social Prisoner Project. Within this framework, well-known artists from all over the world will attract the attention of their colleagues - artists, writers, journalists, imprisoned for political reasons.
"Freedom of speech is taken for granted only as long as it is. We are talking about those who speak out, those who have been imprisoned for talking out loud about their dissent. We must stand up for each other, regardless of distance, regardless of borders. You never know when you will need the same answer, ”the project website says.
In addition to the Hollywood actor, Peter Gabriel (British musician, composer, poet), Nadiya Tolokonnikova (Pussy Riot), Alex Ebert (American singer, songwriter, musician; vocalist and songwriter for Ima Robot and Edward Sharpe and the Edward Sharpe and Edward Sharpe and the Sharpe and Edward Sharpe and the Sharpe and Edward Sharpe and the Sharpe and the Sharpe and the Sharpe and the Sharpe and the Sharpe and the Sharpe and the Sharpe and The Sharpe and the Sharpe and the Sharpe and the Sharpe) Zeros), Tom Morello (American guitarist) and Ana Tiju (French-Chilean singer). They act on behalf of artists around the world who are deprived of their liberty for free speech.
The purpose of the project is to step up efforts to release prisoners.
Each artist is paired with a colleague who is currently in jail and whose arrest information is displayed on police boards. Things that carry this spectacular image will be for sale and the proceeds will be used for promotional campaigns.
Ministry of Culture of Ukraine informs