Enthralling and intimate, director Daniel Roher’s NAVALNY unfolds with the pace of a thriller as it follows Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny in his quest to identify the men who poisoned him in August 2020. Shot in Germany as the story unfolded and offering extraordinary access to the investigation, NAVALNY is a fly-on-the-wall documentary that is also a study of Navalny the man—a portrait of a leader intent on reform who will not be cowed by anything, including his own poisoning.


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We have TWO free resources available for the 2023 Oscar Winner for Best Documentary Feature Film.
Navalny Learning Guide

This guide is flexible. Key sections include a driving question, personal reflections, discussion questions, extension activities, additional resources and, in some cases, cross connections between sections. This makes the guide useful for classroom settings, hybrid learning, homeschooling,  community learning groups, after-school film clubs, university discussions and more. Key components of the guide include:

Facilitation Guidelines
Open Letter from the Film Team
Biography of Alexei Anatolievich Navalny

Key Learning Sections:

  1. Navalny and Putin (Current Events, World History, Russian History)
  2. Civic Engagement: Political Corruption, Nationalism, Leadership (Current Events, Civics, Government, Political Science)
  3. Data Tracking, State Surveillance, and the Role of Journalism (Data, Journalism, Civics, Current Events)
  4. Social Media, Censorship, and Propaganda (Journalism, Social Studies, Political Science)
  5. State-Sanctioned Assassinations and Political Prisoners (Social Studies, Government, Political Science)
  6. Power: What Is Power? Who Has Power? (Journalism, Social Studies, Government, Political Science, Current Events)

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Navalny Discussion Guide 

Discussion Guide Includes:

Facilitation Guidelines
Open Letter from the Film Team
Introducing Alexei Anatolievich Navalny
Navalny and Putin
Navalny Under Attack
Enter Bellingcat
The Situation Today
In Alexey Navalny’s Own Words
Resources for Further Study

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