The only reason these are for sale and not free is because the actors haven’t been paid yet, according to the profit-sharing contract, that once the very small $2500 production cost of paying the crew, that each actor would get an equal percentage as I will.
THE ACTORS NEED TO BE PAID.
But I know it will be a long time because most Americans, British, Canadians, Australians, Europeans don’t really care about Marxist USSR genocide. So it will be a long time to get the actors paid as per their contract.
I know these are small, very long, micro budget films, but the story of the Soviet Gulag camps had to be told. I know there are people out there who have a conscience and care about remembering the past. I can only carry the ball so far across the field.
Many of the actors lost family in the Gulag camps and it was personal for them, just as it was for me, they volunteered. They were not paid upfront like the crew had to be.
See the first Gulag movies which the characters state 65 million killed in genocide.
People want to name the criminals. But the crime must first be established in the public conscience.
These are feature length 95 mins – 135 mins movies with some of the best Independent actors in Hollywood and around the World.
These are small budget, tough movies. Don’t expect multi-million dollar cover-ups of Communist USSR genocide. Gulag Barashevo (2015) has the first mention of Gareth Jones and his story, of any feature-length, dramatic, narrative, film, in history. All of the three films mention the Holodomor genocide and state openly it was a genocide of 10 million.
Come support truly independent films that state 65 million were killed in the Marxist USSR, and 10 million in the Holodomor. Or you can spend your money on multimillion dollar cover-ups of history that entertain you in the style you think you are entitled to.
Gulag Barashevo (2015)
Gulag Vorkuta (2016)
Gulag Magadan (2017)
The Marxists gave Vasul Stus a choice, be paid off in a nice dacha, live rich with his family, and shut up, or be killed in the Gulag.
He said goodbye to his wife and son.
If you have any problems or questions, email me at gulagvorkuta (at) tutanota (dot) com