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 […]
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.
A new international music video called ‘Nobody Speak’ shot in Kyiv by Radioktive Film shows capital’s Ukrainian House as ground for a scenic political battle. Directed by Sam Pilling.
The new music video from on of the best Ukrainian bands Boombox. Directed and photographed by Denys Nuzhnyk. Art direction by Ivan Levchenko and Yevgen Smetana.
Ukrainian VFX company GloriaFX has created what is already coined as a best music video ever – Coldplay’s Up&Up. The video has scored 20M views in 10 days solely on YouTube. The authors behind the video – Serhiy Mashevsky and Anatoly Kuzmytsky say at first they didn’t even know which band they are creating for. […]
A video from a new album by ‘Okean Elzy’. Directed by Ihor Stekolenko. Photography by Volodymyr Shklyarevsky. Art Direction by Alyona Gadzhylova. VFX production by Serhiy Solodky & TiltVFX.
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.