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.
The first teaser of a new feature 3D animation by Animagrad studio. The movie will be released on March 7th, 2017. Directed by Oleg Malamuzh. Written by Jaroslav Voytseshek.
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.
The new feature by Taras Khymych is shown in theatres starting from November, 24th. The film tells a story behind the first ‘Halychyna’ divison of Ukrainian Insurgent Army and one of its members – Anna Popovych who was believed to posses paranormal abilities. The story based on real events of the Soviet occupation of the Ukrainian Carpathians. The film was in production for 3 years and was funded with no state support. One of the soundtrack creators is Sashko Polozhynsky of ‘Tartak’ music band.
A new music video from Trio Panivalkova. Directed by Anna Buryachkova. Photography by Andriy Tartyshnikov. Costumes by Lesia Patoka and Patoka Studio.
A new feature project by director and writer Marysia Nikitiuk has released its first official trailer. The film tells the story of a rebellious little girl learning about life while watching her teenage cousin’s romance with a young criminal in a godforsaken Ukrainian village.
This period feature based on real events is directed by Olena Demyanenko. Starring Kateryna Molchanova, Myroslav Slaboshpytsky, Igor Brovin, Vlad Troyitsky. Official soundtracks by Jamala and Vivienne Mort. The theatrical premiere of the movie is roughly scheduled till the end of 2016.