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182 articles available in total starting from 19/05/2010. Last article published on 16/09/2022.

Review: Fragile Memory

Review: Fragile Memory

Attempting to record memories of his grandfather, a great cinematographer, before they are gone, Ukrainian director Igor Ivanko comes up with an emotional and informative documentary  

01/06 | Docaviv 2022

Review: Butterfly Vision

Review: Butterfly Vision

CANNES 2022: Maksym Nakonechnyi’s feature debut tells of a female military aerial reconnaissance officer released from captivity, during which time she was raped by Russian soldiers  

26/05 | Cannes 2022 | Un Certain Regard

Maksym Nakonechnyi • Director of Butterfly Vision

Interview: Maksym Nakonechnyi • Director of Butterfly Vision

“We realised that the butterfly would be our entry point into the metaphysical and the subconscious”

CANNES 2022: The Ukrainian director gives us the low-down on his harsh and timely testimony to the women fighting for their integrity, their freedom and their future in his home country  

25/05 | Cannes 2022 | Un Certain Regard

The Roma Lazio Film Commission and the Italian Film Commissions have made new commitments to the Ukraine, the UK and Israel

The Roma Lazio Film Commission and the Italian Film Commissions have made new commitments to the Ukraine, the UK and Israel

CANNES 2022: The regional body has promised to host Ukrainian talent and presented the 2nd Crossing Script, whilst the national association has signed a memorandum with the British Film Commission  

25/05 | Industry | Market | Italy/Ukraine/UK/Israel

Dmytro Sukholytkyy-Sobchuk • Director of Pamfir

Interview: Dmytro Sukholytkyy-Sobchuk • Director of Pamfir

“Even if we’re talking about absolute good, it always has a side effect”

CANNES 2022: We chatted to the Ukrainian director about the origins of his feature debut, the intriguing dialect its characters use, and its possible roots in British thrillers  

24/05 | Cannes 2022 | Directors’ Fortnight

Review: Pamfir

Review: Pamfir

CANNES 2022: A Transcarpathian resident breaks the law to help his family in the feature debut by Ukrainian director Dmytro Sukholytkyy-Sobchuk  

22/05 | Cannes 2022 | Directors’ Fortnight

Antonio Lukich in post-production with his second feature, Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Antonio Lukich in post-production with his second feature, Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Paris-based sales agent Celluloid Dreams has boarded the Ukrainian director’s upcoming movie, which comes on the heels of My Thoughts Are Silent  

17/05 | Production | Funding | Ukraine

12 European film funds join forces for Ukrainian Films Now

12 European film funds join forces for Ukrainian Films Now

The fundraising and networking event will unspool at Cannes and aims to back Ukrainian films currently in post-production  

16/05 | Cannes 2022 | Marché du Film

Göteborg Film Festival initiates a residency programme for Ukrainian filmmakers

Göteborg Film Festival initiates a residency programme for Ukrainian filmmakers

The Göteborg Film Fund is opening the call for applications for three residencies with a duration of three months each, with feature-length fiction and documentary projects eligible  

12/05 | Göteborg 2022

The Odesa International Film Festival goes “Beyond Borders” at Kosovo’s PriFest

The Odesa International Film Festival goes “Beyond Borders” at Kosovo’s PriFest

PriFest is preparing to welcome several guests from Ukraine to allow them to introduce their movies, as well as to take part in the pitch and present their film projects  

10/05 | Odesa 2022/PriFest 2022

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