Jamala And Ukraine Win Eurovision Song Contest

Ukrainian singer Jamala wins Eurovision song contest in a highly emotional voting. Jamala is the first ever ethnic Crimean Tatar to perform at the contest. She caused much controversy before the show over her would-be political song, referencing the year when Stalin deported their ethnic group from its native region of Crimea in Ukraine.

‘The Stronghold’ Fantasy Movie Teaser

An official teaser of the first Ukrainian fantasy movie ‘The Stronghold’ (Сторожова застава) released. The upcoming film is scheduled for December 22, 2016 in the theatres. The movie’s story is about a boy traveling back into ancient times where the heroes fight against mythical creatures and black magic. The movie features advanced visual effects done […]

Docudays.UA Breaks Through Intellectual Illusions

The 13th International human rights documentary film festival Docudays.UA has opened in Kyiv on March, 25th and will last till April, 1st in the House of Cinema (Saksaganskogo, 6), Kyiv Cinema (Velyka Vasylkivska, 19) and Kinopanorama Cinema (Shota Rustaveli, 19). This year the audience will see 93 films from 43 countries from all over the […]

Days of Ukrainian Films in The Netherlands

On March 31 and April 1 the showcase Ukraine on Film: Way to Freedom is being held in Amsterdam. The days of Ukrainian film are taking place in the Dutch capital on the eve of the referendum on Ukraine’s association with the European Union, which is to be held in the Netherlands on April 6. […]

Antonina Project – Gray Goose

A new music video ‘Sirii Gusy’ from Tonya Matviyenko. It combines the voice of Tonya’s grandmother recorded in 1970-s with own singer’s vocals. The authentic folk instruments are mixed with electronic sound. The video is directed by Oleg Borshchevsky. Photography by Oleg Borshchevsky and Oleksiy Milokost.

Serhiy Babkin – Forgive

A new music video from a well-known Ukrainian musician and songwriter Serhiy Babkin (ex-5nizza). The video directed by Maxym Ksyonda. Photography by Volodymyr Shklyarevsky. Art direction by Oleksiy Velychko. VFX by Masha&Medved Postproduction.

7 Docs About Ukrainian Cities

459 cities and towns can be found on the map of Ukraine but very few of them are reflected in the culture and films.  ‘Festival 86’ had launched a competition ‘MyStreetFilmsUkraine’ in order to introduce the city atmosphere, characters and streets to the Ukrainian and foreign audience.