The list author says: "Experience the emotions of the 40,000 university students who marched in support of their candidate, Viktor Yushchenko. Experience the angst of over one million Ukrainian citizens who took to the streets in support of their candidate, Viktor Yushchenko. Experience the lives of university students and others who set up their tent city within Kyiv. Experience the determination of the multitudes of citizens who rearranged their personal lives and arrived in Kyiv from throughout Ukraine with their local flags announcing their home cities (Lviv, Poltava, etc.). Experience the support from citizens from around the world (Zimbabwe and Sierra Leone, among others). Experience the exhaustion of the residents of the tent city. Experience the never-ending spirit of camaraderie and support at the nightly musical pep rallies. Experience the warmth of the impromptu pot fires set up to warm chilled hands. Experience the chants of the Ukrainian citizens: "hello; good evening" (when local police reinforcements came); "police are with the people" (as they placed flowers on police shields); "you're our guys" (as police entered buses and waved to the citizens); "the court is with the people," "Yushchenko," "Tak," "Together we are many! We cannot be defeated!" (which was to become the theme song of the Orange Revolution). Experience never-ending encouragement, even as you see the word TAK! (Yes!) scooped out of snow on a snow-ladened park bench. Experience the majesty of Kyiv as snow-capped firs and buildings and people add local color to God's landscaped artistry. Experience the music. Experience the Orange Revolution... Just as a popular film may have a number of versions with different casts, but only one receives many academy awards, so, too, with the various documentaries on the Orange Revolution. Although there are a number of DVDs which chronicle the events leading up to the Orange Revolution, be careful which you choose to view; the Listmania list below may provide some guidance."
"Winner and recipient of eleven international awards, including: Winner, President's Award, Chicago, International Doc Festival, 2007, and Official Selection, United Nations Association Film Festival, 2007. See other documentaries as an appetizer; see Orange Revolution (DVD) as the entrée and the dessert--a history curriculum must!"
"Articles cover Ukrainian history from ancient times to the present, emphasizing the modern period. Also introduces Ukraine to the reader through 700 entries on population, geography, economy, politics, & culture; descriptions of institutions, cultural monuments, political parties, battles & wars; & biographical sketches of key individuals in politics, the arts and sciences, church, and military."
"An Official Selection at the Philadelphia Documentary & Fiction Festival 2006 & the Asheville Film Festival 2006, `Crossroads--Ukraine and the Triumph of Democracy' is a DVD deserving acclaim and attention as it records Ukraine's historic steps leading to her embrace of democracy. Cities where this film has screened include: Washington D.C., New York, Los Angeles and London. See 41 photos posted."
"Forty-eight additional pages of analyses and two extra photos cover Ukraine's history from 2000 through 2009 and focus on the Kuchma and Yushchenko presidencies and the ‘dramatic political, socio-economic and cultural changes that occurred.’ Analyses include: ‘developments in the political sphere, particularly covering the Orange Revolution and the institutional growth of the new state.’"