Marina Berkovich

Writer, Poet, Filmmaker
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Berkovich

Writer, Poet, Filmmaker

Raised to become a good socialist worker and groomed for low level leadership (aka brain-washer) position, I was a determined idealist, who ate up every word my socialist groomers fed me – for a very long time…

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Loves USA, From Kiev USSR eons ago, Values freedom above all, Lives to write, Writes to LIVE, Dazzles

Сайт рыбатекст поможет дизайнеру, верстальщику, вебмастеру сгенерировать несколько абзацев более менее осмысленного текста рыбы на русском языке, а начинающему оратору отточить навык публичных выступлений в домашних условиях. При создании генератора мы использовали небезизвестный универсальный код речей. Текст генерируется абзацами случайным образом от двух до десяти предложений в абзаце, что позволяет сделать текст более привлекательным и живым для визуально-слухового восприятия.

Winner of highest Telly Award for documentary WE TESTIFY: Testimony to Truth

Producer: Marina Berkovich

1995 - 2003
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2003 - 2010
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2010 - 2014
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2014 - 2020
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July 2021. Premiere of One-Way Correspondence Romance Cycle in Moscow

One-Way Correspondence, a book of my Russian poetry, brought me back to Moscow 42 years after I last visited and as I sat in Leo Tolstoy’s home-museum, thinking of the guests who may have graced these rooms, I could not believe the twist of my fate. My husband, a well-known Soviet-American-Russian composer, wrote music for several of my poems and three of the romances premiered there on a sweltering summer evening, windows open, passerby stopping to hear Victoria’s wonderful voice as she performed I Like You, To That and Rain.

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Readers respond to My Life through My Dresses - Growing Up Socialist

Readers respond to My Life through My Dresses – Growing Up Socialist:

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…”Dresses” is above all an autobiography of Berkovich’s formative years in Kiev where Jews would always be  second-class citizens, she says in her book. It may be written for adults, but “Dresses” also is a good gift for any young adult who has grown in a land of privilege and plenty.”

                                  — Harriet Howard Heithaus

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..Hard to put down. Very compelling story. I enjoyed it much and can't wait till the sequel...
Ed
from Naples, FL
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...Your command of the English language is fantastic considering all your early Soviet restraints and the real tackle of not starting until your early twenties...
EGH
from Chicago, IL
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...absolutely loved it. Your words and story are profound...
Rozzi
from Fort Myers, FL
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An openhearted book, beautiful. The story you tell is a diary of life that puts naked all the contradictions of socialist Russia. Good, good, good...
Maurizio
from Italy