One story, but two very different narratives. Coda Story's ongoing documentary series "Clash of Narratives" punctures the echo chambers so many of us fall victim to by following two characters as their opposing viewpoints collide.watch now
A Tale of Two Georgias
Our pilot season begins in Georgia, where two very different women, Tamara Chergoleishvili and Irma Inashvili, fight for opposite visions for their country and the world.
In Episode Two both announce that they are pro-Western. So, whose West is it, anyway?
A Ukrainian Love Story
As war rages in eastern Ukraine, Dima, a former leader of an ultra-right group, and Tanya, a self-proclaimed anarcho-feminist, make an unlikely couple in modern-day Kiev.
Unable to return to her native Crimea, Tanya builds a new life in Kiev as Dima wrestles with his war-torn past.
Truth and Theater in St. Petersburg
In the season premiere of Truth and Theater in St. Petersburg, directors Vladimir and Grigoriy are in the process of staging the same play about fascism, but with very different interpretations of what this word means in modern-day Russia.
In episode 2 of Truth and Theater in St. Petersburg, directors Grigoriy and Vladimir expound on their Orthodox Christian beliefs. For Vladimir, it was God’s will that Putin became Russia’s leader. For Grigoriy, the church’s ties to the government compelled him to leave the Russian Orthodoxy.