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A documentary movie "Deportation of peoples to Kazakhstan in 1930-1950: common history" was prepared according to the results of the international sociological project "Deportation of Peoples to Kazakhstan in 1930-1950: a community of history." The main objective of the project was a retrospective collection of information from direct participants in the process. As a result, a unique database was created from interviews and interesting historical information about people deported to Kazakhstan in 1930-1950. It was presented at the Forum of historians in Astana on 28 may 2010, and the first public screening of the film took place on 31 may 2010, on day of memory of victims of political repression on national Kazakhstan TV channel "Khabar".

The documentary "Flame Burning Eternally" was shot during the research project "A Modern Interpretation of Alash Orda's Philosophy in the Kazakh Diaspora: State, Assessment, Lessons (Sociohistorical Analysis)". The objective of this project is to study the modern interpretation of the Alash Orda phenomenon among Kazakhs living outside of modern Kazakhstan. This film uses rare shots from the past of Kazakh history.

The photofilm "Kazakhs of the Karasuk steppes" was prepared by the Institute of Archeology and Ethnography of the SB RAS, the Institute of Social and Political Studies of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Municipal Institution "Karasuk museum of local history" of the Novosibirsk Region, and the Photoblog "MOTHERLAND ON THE MAP".
"Karasuk" in translation from Turkic means "deep water"
More than forty thousand people live in the Karasuk district of the Novosibirsk region bordering with Kazakhstan. From the past, lands were part of the Great Steppe, which for centuries was developed by nomads and farmers. Kazakhs from the 18th century inhabited the Karasuk land.
In the Novosibirsk region, they are the fifth most numerous people - about 12 thousand people.
The idea of the film: Irina Oktyabrskaya (IAET SB RAS) and Valery Klamm (photo blog "MOTHERLAND ON THE MAP")
Photographs and editing of the film: Valery Klamm
Co-author of the film: Rishat Khairov, a student of 9th grade of the Zhana-Duninskaya basic comprehensive school of the Karasuk district, Nizhnebayanovsky aul
The photofilm was created with the support of:
Institute of Socio-Political Studies (ISPI-Kazakhstan) of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Institute of Archeology and Ethnography SB RAS, Municipal Institution "Karasuk Local History Museum" of the Novosibirsk Region, administration of the Karasuk District of the Novosibirsk Region and with the participation of the photo blog "MOTHERLAND ON THE MAP", GBU NSO "Regional Marketing Agency ", Department of Archeology and Ethnography, L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University, prepared as part of the implementation of the Russian Humanitarian Science Foundation project on the theme "Nomads of Central and North Asia: Traditional Societies in the Context of Modernization"

The documentary "Memory from the Flame of Afghanistan" was shot during the project "Afghan War 1979-1989 through the eyes of witnesses (Oral history)". The objective of the project is to collect information about the Afghan war from direct participants in the events - soldiers-internationalists from Kazakhstan. The film was based on interviews of direct participants in hostilities in Afghanistan during the ten-year war. In addition, video and photo materials from the private archives of internationalist warriors were used, as well as the shooting work of the authors of the project.