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Category : Cinema

Odessa Film Studio’s “Why I’m Alive” won the Best Feature Film Director at Silk Road Film Awards Cannes

The film was awarded in the nomination Best Feature Film Director. Director: Villen Novak We are grateful for the appreciation .....

Sheffield DocFest has announced a special Ukraine focus, with Password: Palianytsia

In solidarity with Ukraine, Sheffield DocFest announces ‘Password: Palianytsia’ a collaborative documentary programme with Docudays UA which will launch the .....

Andriy Yermak talked online with Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal

Andriy Yermak, Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine, spoke by video conference with renowned American film actor, .....

A festival of new Ukrainian cinema will take place in Kyiv and Lviv

Main image: “Hero of My Time” The New Ukrainian Wave Film Festival will occur in Kyiv and Lviv on May .....

Address by the President of Ukraine to the filmmaking community at the opening of the 75th Cannes International Film Festival

Ladies and Gentlemen, Friends! I will tell you a story. Indeed, a lot of stories begin with the words “I .....

The Odesa International Film Festival will take place at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival

Due to the full-scale war that Russia is waging against Ukraine, part of the 13th Odesa International Film Festival will .....

Days of Ukrainian Cinema in Lithuania

On May 10-11 and 14, the Lithuanian Cinema Center, with the support of the initiative of the Ukrainian Charitable Foundation .....

Ukraine in Focus Events by Festival de Cannes

The Marché du Film – Festival de Cannes is launching an action-packed Ukraine in Focus program! Join targeted events designed .....

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.