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Category : Cinema

Ukrainian producers will take part in the programmes of the 73rd Berlinale film market

Ukrainian Institute will present 5 film producers at the European Film Market (EFM) of the 73rd Berlin International Film Festival. .....

Ukrainian filmmakers received awards during the Trieste Film Festival (Italy) 

As part of the industrial section of the Trieste Film Festival, awards were presented to the winners of the When East .....

The Week of Israeli Cinema festival will be held in Kyiv

From February 16 to 19, the festival “Week of Israeli Cinema” will be held in Kyiv’s Zhovten cinema. The Embassy .....

“A House Made of Splinters” was nominated for an Oscar

The film A House Made of Splinters about a Ukrainian children’s shelter was nominated for an Oscar. The film, jointly .....

Sean Penn’s film about the Russian invasion of Ukraine will be shown at Berlinale 2023

On January 23, the artistic director of the Berlin International Film Festival, Carlo Chatrian, and the executive director, Mariette Riesenbeck, .....

The Docudays UA documentary film festival on human rights will be held in June

Docudays UA International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival will be held on June 2-8, 2023. This is already the 20th-anniversary .....

“How is Katia?” by Christina Tynkevych entered the competitive program of the International Film Festival in Santa Barbara

The North American film premiere will take place during the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, which will be held from .....

“Mountains and heaven in between”. A documentary about the everyday life of an “ambulance” in Transcarpathia was released online on Takflix

The documentary “Between the sky and the mountains” by Dmytro Greshko, about the everyday life of an “ambulance” in Transcarpathia, .....

Odessa is an international brand because on the cinema. The famous scene of the slaughter on the Potemkin Stairway on the film “Battleship Potemkin” (Ejzenstein, 1925) made Odessa famous worldwide. Due to the cinema studios city well deserved the nickname of “Hollywood of Soviet Union”. Today, the city hosts each year the Odessa International Film Festival, the most important of Ukraine and Black Sea countries, and there is a museum dedicated to the old film studios. The Odessa Journal provides news in English on Odessa Film Festival’s contents.