A new music video from a rising star of Ukrainian progressive pop music ‘The Hardkiss’. The video directed by Veleriy Bebko & shot entirely at the Chornomorsk ship-repair plant near Odesa.
A new music video from Ukrainian-Belorussian band ‘Brutto’ has been filmed near Odesa. The song is based on the poem of Yanka Kupala, a famous Belorussian poet. Directed by Dmytro Avdeyev. Cinematography by Eugene Sakhno.
‘Cyborgs’, the most anticipated Ukrainian feature film of the year, has released an official trailer. The premiere in Ukraine is scheduled for December, 7th. The film based on real events at Donetsk airport is directed by Akhtem Seitablayev. Cinematography by Yuri Korol. Written by Natalia Vorozhbyt. Cast: Vyacheslav Dovzhenko, Makar Tykhomyrov, Andriy Isayenko and others. […]
Ukrainian indie-rock team ‘5 Vymir’ presents an energizing music video shot on locations in Kyiv. The video proves one doesn’t need outstanding budget to make entertaining and captivating show: the idea is of importance. Directed by Andriy Boyar.
The team of documentary festival DOCUDAYS has presented the latest directory of Ukrainian work-in-progress documentaries looking for co-production, co-financing, sales agents or distribution.
Unearthly Dakhabrakha band presents a new music video shot at Kyiv’s Podil. Directed by Victor Priduvalov. Cinematography by Eugene Kredentser.
The new shiny music video from Dmytro Shurov aka Pianoboy, envisioning a dream country before going into pan-Ukrainian concert tour, is all about a woman and zen. Directed by Anna Buryachkova. Photographed by Olena Chekhovska.
The new mystery thriller by Volodymyr Tykhyi is selected to participate in Black Nights Fest in Tallin. The film is based on a play by Pavlo Arie. Photographed by Slava Tsvetkov. Music by Anton Baibakov. VFX produced by Oleksiy Moskalenko.
A new music video ‘Papiaroska’ from Belorussian / Ukrainian rock team Brutto was filmed in Kyiv. The main location used was an abandoned psychiatric hospital. The song text was written by Ukrainian poet Serhiy Zhadan and translated into Belorussian for the song. Director/DOP: Andriy Davydovskyi.
A new distopian music video by Paloma Faith was shot on locations in Kyiv.