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.

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.

The Painted Bird – Trailer

A Czech-Ukrainian co-production trailer has been published by Variety. The film by Václav Marhoul based on bestselling book by Jerzy Kosiński tells a story of a boy settled against World War II in Eastern Europe. The bunch of world-class actors starring on the film: Stellan Skarsgård, Udo Kier, Harvey Keitel, Julian Sands and others. The […]

Ukraine And Canada Sign Co-Pro Treaty

On July, 2nd the Co-Production Treaty on Film Production has been signed between Ukraine and Canada. While Canada has about 60 working treaties it is only a third one for Ukraine. The others are with France and Israel. Co-production treaties are essential for obtaining national film status in both co-producing parties. In turn, national films […]

Foxter & Max – Trailer

A new sci-fi family comedy which has been in production for several years to be released this September. The movie tells an adventurous story of friendship of a boy and a nano-robot dog. Directed by Anatoliy Mateshko. Cinematography by Dmytro Nedrya