This video was produced by Oleg Prylutski, a lawyer from Kyiv: “Ukraine is my home! This video is about central and western parts of my home country and about the people who live here!”
A new Ukrainian feature animation ‘Nicky Tanner’ (Микита Кожум’яка) which is being in production for 6 years already, is finally scheduled for release. It should go to theatres in December, 2016 with a promise of Hollywood-like quality.
The film by Oleksandr Lytvynenko will be released on November, 12th. Produced by ‘S13 Lytvynenko Films’. The story tells about a girl who turns psychic after an accident – she sees the crime scenes and helps in police investigations.
‘Mavka: A Forest Song’ is a feature animation developed by producer Iryna Kostyuk and Animagrad company. This is an adaptation of Ukrainian classics by Lesya Ukrainka reworked into happy end. The project with an estimated budget of $5M USD is intended for theatrical release in 2017.
A feature film of Victoria Trofimenko has been released in Ukraine, starting in Lviv from Septmber, 24. The first weekend brought 4 000 spectators into the theatres. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MuCltwCA7BQ
A new video from Ukraine’s top music band Okean Elzy. Directed by Voldymyr Shklyarevsky. Produced by Vitaly Klimov.
Directed by Stepan Koval, a winner of numerous awards in animation industry. The series comprises of 10 episodes and is financed by the State Film Agency.
GloriaFX is a Ukrainian-American company founded in Dnipropetrovsk in 2009. The company received Best Visual Effects award for a music video ‘Where Are You Now’ by Skrillex & Diplo feat. Justin Bibber. The company has a track record in working wit the such big shots of the western music as Lady Gaga, Kanye West, Britney […]
LOVE is a sculpture by Alexandr “Mel” Milov. It demonstrates a conflict between a man and a woman as well as the outer and inner expression of human nature. The figures of the protagonists are made in the form of big metal cages, where their inner selves are captivated. Their inner selves are executed in […]
Rooted in the Yiddish folklore of Sholem Aleichem’s short stories, Eva Neymann’s tender third feature is a delicate and affecting coming-of-age story set in a Ukrainian shtetl at the beginning of the 20th century.