Lilya Turusbekova studied at school No. 28 in Frunze from the first to the last grade. This school was built and opened in 1939, now it is called Lyceum School No. 28 in Bishkek. Lilya Turusbekova entered the first grade in 1940 and graduated from school in 1951, at that time there was an 11-year education and separate education for girls and boys.
Immediately after graduation, Lilya Turusbekova entered VGIK – the All-Union State Institute of Cinematography in Moscow and became one of the first professional film directors in Kyrgyzstan.
The documentary “Risen from the Dust” was one of the last films made by the director when she was almost 60 years old. In this film, you can immediately recognize the characteristic creative style of the author – the film was shot without false sensationalism and tells primarily about people. It is very warm.
At the suggestion of the director of school-lyceum No. 28, the excellent student of education of the Kyrgyz Republic, Nazgul Musaevna Kojogulova, this tape was chosen. The fact is that high school students of school-lyceum No. 28 recently visited the Ata-Beyit Memorial Complex, and now watching this film will be a logical continuation of their excursion through important, sometimes tragic, pages of the history of our republic.
The event will be attended by Bolot Abdrakhmanov, one of the heroes of the documentary, a person who has made a significant contribution to the search and discovery of victims of repression, as well as to preserving the memory of the repressed.