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Program “Children's non-children's question”; in the “here and now” format with Sergey Parkhomenko at the ANU Museum.
“Children's Non-Children's Question”, in which adult famous people answer questions asked by children, has been published for 16 years. Her guests at various times were: Boris Akunin, Dmitry Bykov, Roman Viktyuk, Boris Grebenshchikov, Igor Huberman, Krzysztof Zanussi, Yuli Kim, Svetlana Kryuchkova, Mikhail Labkovsky, Andrei Makarevich, Yuri Norstein, Vyacheslav Polunin, Konstantin Raikin, Chulpan Khamatova, Victor Shenderovich, Efim Shifrin and many others.
First transfer “Children's non-childish question” came out in 2006 during the second Lebanese-Israeli war. The adults were very nervous — rockets will reach Tel Aviv or not, and then eight-year-old Misha, the son of photographer and journalist Dmitry Brikman, looking at this, asked: “Why do people fight?” Dmitry tried to explain to him the essence of the Arab-Israeli conflict, but in the course of the conversation he realized that the question was an order of magnitude deeper and more serious than his answer. Dmitry began to collect children's questions and thus a program appeared that is built on real children's questions that children sometimes ask adults: “Why is a person born?”, “What is love?”, “What is friendship?” etc. These questions are asked to guests.
On December 20, to become witnesses (and therefore participants) of Dmitry Brikman’s non-childish conversation with a publisher, journalist, radio host, political observer, founder of the Itogi magazine, one of the initiators and coordinators of the Last Address project; and community «Dissernet» You can do the same with Sergei Parkhomenko.
Sergey Parkhomenko and Dmitry Brikman decided to use their fees for participating in this evening to purchase generators and stoves for Ukrainian residents (through the initiativehttps://wfu.world/).
Program Youtube channel:youtube.com/c/detskie_nedetskie_voprosyTickets:tickets.anumuseum.org.il/en/show/527
December 20 , ANU – Museum of the Jewish People
Klausner, 15, Tel Aviv.
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