The feature documentary about famous Ukrainian freak cabaret band Dakh Daughters is announced to premiere in 2017. The film is directed by Iryna Stetsenko who is also a sound producer of the band. Numerous musical performances are captured along with the band traveling across many countries in their concert tour.
An unusual music video from an indie singer/musician Onuka. The video was filmed at Chernobyl Zone during a week-long internship conducted by the singer. As she puts it: ‘The week spent at Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant is my main summary of the leaving year. Practice at the NPP and a real immersion in the life of people who work at Chernobyl today. It changes the consciousness. Shifts the angle of view from those things that erroneously seem significant and important to global events that are happening here and now. These events are around us but go unnoticed.’
A video and music interpretation by ‘Ot Vinta’ band of a traditional Ukrainian holiday of ‘Mykolay’ and its patron St. Mykola which supposedly corellates with a Western Saint Nicholas / Santa Claus. Cinematography by Dmytro Maksymchuk. Filmed at Rivne Music Theatre.
A new song produced by Svyatoslav Vakarchuk and performed by his protege Khrystyna Soloviy. The music video was shot entirely in Lviv and directed by Andriy Boyar. Cinematography by Taras Mis’kiv. Art direction by Ivan Borysiak.
A new song from a Ukrainian pop performer Tina Karol with a catchy music video from a newbie director Stanislav Morozov. Cinematography by Yaroslav Pilunsky. Art Direction by Sasha Drobot. VFX by Headshot Studio. (Original song title in Ukrainian – ‘Perechekaty‘)
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.
A new music video from Trio Panivalkova. Directed by Anna Buryachkova. Photography by Andriy Tartyshnikov. Costumes by Lesia Patoka and Patoka Studio.
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.
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.
A new music video from Pur:Pur, Ukrainian indie music band. Directed and photographed by Denys Krasko. Origami art by Yulia Grygorenko. The video entirely shot on locations in Kharkiv.