A second video from Ukrainian singer Onuka. Directed by Yevhen Filatov. Locations include Odesa region, Kyiv outskirts and Kyiv Arboretum.
A series of children animation made in Ukrainian Lviv hits Youtube and Facebook within the English-speaking markets. This could be a new trend in Ukrainian animation as the product is fully designed and produced domestically but with the aim for the bigger foreign markets.
A work for the competition ‘Best Transcarpathia Student 2015’. Produced by Vladyslava Mazur, Solimya Kovalchuk, Tetyana Lyakh and Tamara Dovganych at Erdeli Arts College of Uzhgorod. Soundtrack by an indie rock band ‘Vivienne Mort’.
A feature documentary by Roman Bondarchuk gets the Special Jury Award at the International Documentary Festival in Amsterdam. The film is co-production of Ukraine, Latvia and Germany.
The video showing many Crimean locations made by a Crimean Tatar TV Channel ATR to the song of Svyatoslav Vakarchuk as a reminder of the annexation problem which vanishes from the awareness of Ukraine’s and global politics.
An official trailer of the romantic comedy by Roman Shirman was presented by the State Film Agency of Ukraine. The film produced by Olena Fetisova and Volodymyr Kozyr (Interfilm) starring Bohdan Benyuk and Olga Sumska will be released theatrically on December, 31.
Vorokhta, Rakhiv and Verkhovyna villages became filming locations for a new music video by Ukrainian singer Tina Karol. The song will become an official soundtrack for a TV Series called ‘The Host’ produced by 1+1 Production and scheduled fro premiere in Spring 2016.
Panama Grand Prix animation company presents a teaser of a new Ukrainian feature animation Nicky Tanner (Микита Кожум’яка).
This video was produced by Oleg Prylutski, a lawyer from Kyiv: “Ukraine is my home! This video is about central and western parts of my home country and about the people who live here!”
A new Ukrainian feature animation ‘Nicky Tanner’ (Микита Кожум’яка) which is being in production for 6 years already, is finally scheduled for release. It should go to theatres in December, 2016 with a promise of Hollywood-like quality.