[UA] Ukrainian Film Office - All Things Film in UkraineTime 2021-11-24 17:46:14
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For many years Ukraine has been a lucrative attraction for Indian moviemakers. Finally, they start gaining a grasp of Ukrainian film locations and conditions. A truly Tollywood film used Maryinsky Palace in Kyiv as a location for spectacular dance performances. The feature titled RRR is directed by S. S. Rajamouli, among others starring Ray Stevenson 
Cenzorka, a Czech-Slovakian-Ukrainian co-production wins Best Screenplay award at Venice IFF. The drama directed by Péter Kerekes tells the story of mothers who give birth to their children in custody. The movie features non-professional actors and shot on premise at Odesa correctional facilities.
The trailer for an upcoming Venice premiere of a new drama from Valentyn Vasyanovych has been released. The story tells about a surgeon (Roman Lutskyi) who is captured by Russian military forces in the Russian-occupied East of Ukraine. He returns to his comfortable middle-class apartment on release, and tries to find a renewed purpose in 
A new Jean-Claude Van Damme movie that has been filmed on locations in Kyiv will be released on Netflix on July, 30th. The principal photography took place in 2020. Directed by David Charhon. Cinematography by Thierry Arbogast.
After several years in production and lockdown delays this animation feature by Anatoliy Lavrynyshyn comes to theaters on June, 24th. The voice-overs of characters are performed by Rymma Zyubina, Viktor Zhdanov, Bjohdan Benyuk, Anatoliy Khostikoyev. The soundtrack is created by Dakhabrakha, Dakh Daughters Vahonovozhati.
The docudrama by Alina Gorlova won the Best Picture award at One World International Film Festival in Czech Republic. The film tells the story of Andriy Suleyman of both Kurdish and Ukrainian ancestry. He emigrated from Syria to Ukraine because of war in Syria and got into the war zone of Russian assault in Ukraine. 
Guess what? Oleh Skrypkas take on Ukrainian classic song Two Colors written by Dmytro Pavlychko and most notably performed by Kvitka Cisyk, now with a twist. A music video filled with Sin City and Tron vibes directed by Olena Vynyarska.
The trailer for this year Berlinale entry from Ukraine has been revealed. The debut coming-of-age drama from director and writer Kateryna Hornostai features non-professional actors and tells story of her own life. The cast: Mariya Fedorchenko, Arseniy Makov, Yana Isayenko, Oleksandr Ivanov.
A new feature animation for kids was finished in production. The Slowns are funny characters coming from the book of Ihor Shurov which is a bestseller in Ukraine. The movie produced by Yuliya Radostina directed by Oleh Fedchenko.
Ukraines Eurovision contestants have presented a music video for their 2021 edition entry. The band Go_A filmed and edited the video with only a smartphone. Nevertheless, the video already gained significant media coverage. Directed by Ivan Buyanskyi GO_A.
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