“Ukraine, brothers in war”  is a seven-month long chronicle of civil war in Donbass – a silent war, that despite the declaration of two truces and the deafening silence of the west medias, keeps on claiming hundreds of victims. Moving under their own power, without a driver or a fixer help, two young freelance journalists have visited all the border areas, from a zone to another of the barrier, living side by side either with filo-russian rebels or with soldiers of the Ukrainan army.

From Donetsk to Lugansk, passing by Debaltseve and Mariupol, they aimed to report the conflict and its hangover: the drama of a population broken in two, the suffering of civils, the reasons of volunteers, the risk of new and bloody catastrophes, the hellhole of illegal coal mines, new source of income for thousands of workers from Donbass.