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Category : Cinema

“OKO”: the International Ethnographic and Anthropological Cinema Festival

“OKO” is a festival of Ethnographic and Anthropological Cinema will take place on September 11-18, 2021 in Krynychne village, Odessa .....

Odesa International Film Festival 2021: The National Competition Programme

The 12th Odesa International Film Festival, from August 14 to 21, has announced its calendar. In particular, the OIFF press .....

Odesa International Film Festival 2021: Open air closing ceremony

Closing ceremony of the 12th Odesa International Film Festival will be held on the Potemkin Stairs, August 21st. For the .....

Odesa International Film Festival 2021: Daniel Brühl and Malte Grunert

Famous Actor Daniel Brühl and Producer Malte Grunert will be guests of the 12th Odesa International Film Festival 2021, in .....

Odesa International Film Festival 2021: “Independents”

12th Odessa International Film Festival together with Dovzhenko Centre presents the programme of the Ukrainian retrospective “Independents”, 14-21 August. The .....

Berlienale Prize film “Stop-Earth” will be presented in autumn

The world premiere of “Stop-Earth” (“Stop-Zemlia”) took place at the 71st Berlin Film Festival, where the film received the “Crystal .....

TOP 100. Rating of the best films in the history of Ukrainian cinema

The Dovzhenko Center named the 100 best films in the history of Ukrainian cinema. So if you’re interested in Ukrainian .....

Urban Mobility Shorts – Bicycle culture

During July 19-25, in Odessa, as well as throughout Ukraine, the screening of short films Urban Mobility Shorts will take .....

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.