A new video from the veterans of Ukrainian music stage – TNMK band. The track is a part of their new album ‘The Mirror’. Directed by Kadim Tarasov and Viktor Skuratovsky. Produced by Radislav Lukin. Postproduction by Chupacabra.
The new feature by Taras Khymych is shown in theatres starting from November, 24th. The film tells a story behind the first ‘Halychyna’ divison of Ukrainian Insurgent Army and one of its members – Anna Popovych who was believed to posses paranormal abilities. The story based on real events of the Soviet occupation of the Ukrainian Carpathians. The film was in production for 3 years and was funded with no state support. One of the soundtrack creators is Sashko Polozhynsky of ‘Tartak’ music band.
A new music video from Trio Panivalkova. Directed by Anna Buryachkova. Photography by Andriy Tartyshnikov. Costumes by Lesia Patoka and Patoka Studio.
A new feature project by director and writer Marysia Nikitiuk has released its first official trailer. The film tells the story of a rebellious little girl learning about life while watching her teenage cousin’s romance with a young criminal in a godforsaken Ukrainian village.
This period feature based on real events is directed by Olena Demyanenko. Starring Kateryna Molchanova, Myroslav Slaboshpytsky, Igor Brovin, Vlad Troyitsky. Official soundtracks by Jamala and Vivienne Mort. The theatrical premiere of the movie is roughly scheduled till the end of 2016.
Serhiy Mikhalok & his Brutto band have released a new music video based on the lyrics by Ukrainian writer and poet Serhiy Zhadan. Directed by Anna Buryachkova. Photography by Mykhailo Markov. Art direction by David Kharaishvili.
Odesa Film Studio has published 414 feature films and series in its official YouTube channel. The films were made since 1918 and include established Soviet classics like ‘Spring on Zarechnaya Street‘, ‘Can’t Change the Meeting Place‘, ‘The Three Musketeers‘. There are also lots of underestimated pieces like a ‘The Port‘ (1984), a sea detective; ‘The Mystery Island‘ (1941), the first Soviet Sci-Fi; ‘Where Will He Go?‘ (1981), a fabulous comedy. The studio channel: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3RYZO9qYh_yVg5FpFp4Y8lfChA96Go1s
Yesterday, September 22nd, Ukrainian parliament has finally adopted the long-awaited-for and fiercely discussed legislation on State Support of the Film Industry.
There about ten major changes in the playground most important of which is introduction of the 25% cash rebate system for all the service production projects including theatrical movies, TV series, commercials, music videos etc. The other important things are following:
Jamala, the winner of Eurovision 2016 song contest, has presented the official video for her winning hit. The director and choreographer of the video is Anatoly Sachivko, cinematography by Mykyta Kuzmenko. This team has also created Jamala’s video Confused. The 1944 video was shot in Bukovina Carpathians, Chernivtsy region, within three days. The location for the video is an abandoned military base “Pamir”, located on the top of Tomnatik mountain, 1565 meters above the sea level.
Daria Ghai, a Ukrainian film director who studied filmmaking in India had launched a campaign on an Indian crowdfunding platform Wishberry to raise funds for her first feature film called ‘Three And A Half’ to be shot entirely in India. Her creative approach has proved to be successful. The campaign has reached its target of 500 000 INR.