I Am Not Alone

I Am Not Alone

I Am Not Alone (2021)

“On Easter 2018, a man puts on a backpack, goes live on Facebook, and announces that he is going to topple the corrupt regime that enjoys absolute power in his post-soviet nation. With unprecedented access to all sides, I Am Not Alone tells the miraculous true story of what happens in the next 40 days. Winner at TIFF, AFI Fest, DOC NYC, RiverRun, and several other leading film festivals, shortlisted for the EFA Best Feature Doc and nominated for the IDA Best Writing Award.”I Am Not Alone


Film Facts
Sub-Genres:History, Biography, Politics, Government
Run Time:1 Hour 30 Mins
How to Watch
Free:tubi
Buy/Rent:Vudu, Apple, YouTube, Google
Photo credits (C) I Am Not Alone All Rights Reserved

The District’s Quick Hits

Awards:Feature Film Audience Award Winner (AFI Fest), Best Documentary Feature Winner (Big Sky Documentary Film Festival), Best Documentary BIFF Award Winner, Feature Length Film People’s Choice Award Winner (Boulder International Film Festival), Most Valuable Documentary of the Year Nominee (Cinema for Peace Awards), Audience Award Winner (DOC NYC), Best Writing ID A Award Nominee (International Documentary Association), Best of the Fest Audience Vote Award Winner (Palm Springs International Film Festival), Documentary Feature Documentary Features Competition Winner (RiverRun International Film Festival), Grolsch People’s Choice Award Nominee (Toronto International Film Festival)
Rotten Tomatoes Score ™:88% (Tomatometer), N/A (Audience)
Director:Garin Hovannisian
Cast: Nikol Pashinyan, Serzh Sargsyan, Valeriy Osipyan
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S. Murphy
S. Murphy

S. Murphy is the lead contributor at The Documentary District. His favorite documentary topics are: the Disney Parks, businesses, and all things 1990s pop culture.

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