Kalush Orchestra, the winners of Eurovision 2022, have presented the music video for the winning song. The video was filmed in the de-occupied cities of Ukraine – Bucha, Irpin, Borodyanka, Hostomel. Directed by Max Ksjonda. Cinematography by Volodymyr Shkliarevskyi.
This music video was shot by Ed Sheeran and Lil Baby in Kyiv a few days before the start of the war. As disclosed by the authors, all the streaming royalties will be directed to cover Ukrainian humanitarian needs.
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Russia has just launched a full-scale war against Ukraine, and Ukrainian film professionals are addressing the international community in an attempt to make it understand how close to its gates the war is. Directors have been talking about the war in Eastern Ukraine in their films for the past eight years, movies that have been […]
The world premiere of documentary feature ‘Terykony’ by Taras Tomenko has been held at this year Berlinale. The film shows austere lives of several kids in the so called ‘gray zone’ on the front line of Russian-occupied parts of Eastern Ukraine. Some of them have lost their parents, some of them have lost their houses, […]
Maryna Er Gorbach takes Directing Award in World Cinema Dramatic section with her feature drama ‘Klondike’ about the young couple witnessing the downing of MH17 flight by Russian proxies in 2014. The Directing Award in World Cinema Documentary goes to Ukraine-co-produced film ‘The House Made of Splinters’ by Simon Lereng Wilmont. The film tells about […]
The cinematic trailer for a video game ‘Warpath: Showdown” has gathered accumulated media viewership of 1 billion views. This number was reported by the director of the trailer Akhtem Seitablayev. This cinematic piece was entirely produced in Ukraine and premiered last March.