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168 articles available in total starting from 19/05/2010. Last article published on 15/08/2022.

EXCLUSIVE: Igor Storchak announces end of principal photography, unveils new details about Artem Litvinenko’s Against All Odds

EXCLUSIVE: Igor Storchak announces end of principal photography, unveils new details about Artem Litvinenko’s Against All Odds

The documentary investigates how Ukraine managed to thwart the “blitzkrieg” of the world’s second largest army and forced it to retreat from Kyiv  

15/08 | Production | Funding | Ukraine

Christina Tynkevych • Director of How is Katia?

Interview: Christina Tynkevych • Director of How is Katia?

“When you talk about the death of a child, about feelings of grief, guilt, revenge and so on — you need much more screen time to be with the hero”

The Young Ukrainian director talks about the idea for her feature debut and its connection with the Romanian New Wave  

09/08 | Locarno 2022 | Cineasti del presente

Review: How is Katia?

Review: How is Katia?

Christina Tynkevych's debut feature follows an ambulance nurse who loses a child and tries to cope with her grief  

08/08 | Locarno 2022 | Cineasti del presente

Tactical Pause is the first shelter film festival in Ukraine

Tactical Pause is the first shelter film festival in Ukraine

Organised by two Ukrainian activists, the event has taken place in the city of Mykolaiv, on which Russian bombs could be falling at this very moment  

01/08 | Festivals | Awards | Ukraine

Review: Roses. Film-Cabaret

Review: Roses. Film-Cabaret

Watching this energetic Ukrainian documentary by Irena Stetsenko, makes you not only want to see a performance by its starring activist group, Dakh Daughters, but also to be a part of it  

26/07 | Palić 2022

Crew United’s Filmmakers for Ukraine platform launches the Online Charity Screenings

Crew United’s Filmmakers for Ukraine platform launches the Online Charity Screenings

The initiative aims to support the country’s film industry and to encourage movie enthusiasts to learn about the history of Ukraine and its people through the art of filmmaking  

15/07 | Distribution | Releases | Exhibitors | Ukraine

Review: Infinity According to Florian

Review: Infinity According to Florian

Capitalism is a form of colonisation that can be tamed by a maverick like late architect and artist Florian Yuriev, says Oleksiy Radynski in this documentary about his final battle  

06/07 | Sheffield Doc Fest 2022

Review: One Day in Ukraine

Review: One Day in Ukraine

Volodymyr Tykhyy takes us on a tour of duty and civilian activism over the course of one day on the Kyiv frontline  

01/07 | Sheffield Doc Fest 2022

Review: Mountains and Heaven in Between

Review: Mountains and Heaven in Between

In his second full-length documentary, Dmytro Hreshko captures life in a beautiful, secluded village and the work of the visiting crews of paramedics  

30/06 | Sheffield Doc Fest 2022

EXCLUSIVE: The first Ukrainian fiction feature since the start of the war, The Day I Met Spider-Man, is in the works

EXCLUSIVE: The first Ukrainian fiction feature since the start of the war, The Day I Met Spider-Man, is in the works

Eva Strelnikova’s film tells the story of a volunteer who discovers supernatural powers within herself and saves the future of a boy from Bucha  

28/06 | Production | Funding | Ukraine

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