My Thoughts Are Silent – Trailer

The debut film of Antonio Lukic that has already gained recognition at Karlovy Vary Festival (Special Jury Prize) and Odesa Film Festival (FIPRESCI) is finally premiered in Ukraine. Starring Irma Vitkovska and Andriy Lidahovskyi. Cinematography by Illia Yehorov. Written by Antonio Lukic and Valeriia Kalchenko.

The First Swallows – Trailer

The 1st episode of a new TV Series has exploded Ukrainian media. The coming-of-age drama dealing with suicide, homosexuality and drugs in a modern Ukrainian school is close to a world class TV series as never before. Produced by Novy Channel. Showrunner of the series Yevhen Tunik.

Faithful – Trailer

A screen version of Sophia Andrukhovych’s novel ‘Felix Austria’ is scheduled for premiere on January 16th, 2020 under the title ‘Faithful’. Directed by Khrystyna Syvolap. Written by Alina Semeryakova & Sophia Andrukhovych. Cinematography by Oleksiy Lamakh. Starring Marianna Yanushevych, Alesia Romanova, Roman Lutskyi.

Pleiad – Teaser

Pleiad is a TV Series concept developed with the support of UCF. It features an alternative history turn which shows prominent figures of Ukrainian culture as secret statemakers: Ivan Franko, Lesia Ukrainka, Olena Pchilka, Mykhailo Drahomanov & Co. Created and written by Nataliya Yakovleva. Directed by Taras Dron. Cinematography by Yuri Korol.

Fo Sho – XTRA

A break-through music video from Afro-Ukrainian trio ‘Fo Sho’ based in Kharkiv revives hip-hop genre in Ukraine. The video is directed by Serge Vane. Cinematography by Yevhen Ushakov. Style by Yana Chaplygina.

Black Raven – Trailer

  A long-awaited screen adaptation of modern Ukrainian classics by Vasyl Shklyar is scheduled for premiere on December 5, 2019. The novel became a cult reading with more than 300 000 printed copies sold. The film is directed by Taras Tkachenko. Cinematography by Oleksandr Kryshtalovych. Cast: Taras Tsymbalyuk, Kseniya Danylova, Andriy Mostrenko and others.

Ex – Trailer

A period action and political drama directed by Serhiy Lysenko is scheduled for premiere on January 23rd, 2020. The film tells the actual story of a Polish post office robbery done in 1932 by an underground Ukrainian military organization. The robbery failed and turned into bloodshed.