The movie titled ‘Embrace Me’ was commissioned by UNICEF and MTV Staying Alive foundation. This Anti-AIDS social movie is an initiative aimed at raising the public attention toward AIDS epidemic situation in Ukraine. The country is leading in Europe as for the speed of HIV/AIDS affected population growth. The film is produced by Oleksandr Shcherbyna […]
The 39th Molodist International Film Festival finished at the “Kyiv” cinema with the award ceremony and screening of “John Rabe” by Florian Gallenberger on Sunday. The festival ran from October 24 till November 1 in the capital of Ukraine. About 250 films were shown in three competition programs. Beside that, the audience of the festival […]
The film “Rejection” (Ottorzhenie) by a young Ukrainian filmmaker Volodymyr Lert was demonstrated within at the Molodist Film Festival. The movie took part in the main competition program among full-lenght films. “The Rejection” is the only feature film that represented Ukraine in the contest.
The 39th edition of “Molodist” Film Festival (October 24-November 1) opened with a screening of Ian Counen’s “Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky”. The opening ceremony was hosted by famous actress Olga Kurylenko and president of the festival Andriy Khalpakhchi. The inauguration of the festival in Kyiv cinema was hosted by world famous French actress Catherine […]
The 39th Molodist International Film Festival will start in Kyiv on October 24, with the festival’s opening ceremony held at the “Kyiv” Cinema. Ukraine’s main movie event of the year is going to take place in Kyiv October, 24 – November, 1.
The song “Potsilunok” (“The Kiss”) by Ukrainian music band “Mertvyj Piven” was used as the soundtraсk to the film “Cold Souls” directed by Sophie Barthes and Andrij Parekh. It was the Perekh’s idea, co-producer and cameraman of the movie, to choose this song.
The film “Diagnosis” by Myroslav Slaboshpitsky will be screened in the European Universities within the frame of The European Film Festival. ‘The youth is the best part of mankind. Only young people make revolutions and revolts. We are going away but they should live further’ Slaboshpitsky clarified why the youth audience had been chosen.
The film “Vova Rules” by Ukrainian filmmaker Adrian Sakhuliev was awarded with the diploma for applied and commissioned animation at the KROK Film Festival.
The premiere performance of comedy “O, Lucky Man!” took place in Kyiv yesterday. It is a new product of Star Media, a Russian-Ukrainian company whose main activities are production and distribution of TV movies.
The film “Father On Hire” by Star Media production company won in three nominations at the 10th International TV & Cinema Forum “Together”.