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257 articles available in total starting from 19/05/2010. Last article published on 28/02/2024.

Roman Bondarchuk  • Director of The Editorial Office

Interview: Roman Bondarchuk • Director of The Editorial Office

"This film is a response to the surreal reality of the media, not just Ukrainian, but universal"

BERLINALE 2024: The Ukrainian filmmaker discusses his playful media and political satire, shot in Kherson shortly before the Russian invasion  

28/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Forum

Review: A Bit of a Stranger

Review: A Bit of a Stranger

BERLINALE 2024: Svitlana Lishchynska affords us an intimate look at four generations of women against the backdrop of the Russian invasion of Ukraine  

26/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Panorama

Svitlana Lishchynska • Director of A Bit of a Stranger

Interview: Svitlana Lishchynska • Director of A Bit of a Stranger

“Judging other people leads to genocide”

BERLINALE 2024: War is raging in Ukraine – and within one family – in the Mariupol-born director’s documentary  

23/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Panorama

Review: Intercepted

Review: Intercepted

BERLINALE 2024: Phone calls of Russian soldiers on the Ukrainian frontlines to their loved ones back home unveil shocking depravity, and much more, in Oksana Karpovych’s documentary  

17/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Forum

Review: The Editorial Office

Review: The Editorial Office

BERLINALE 2024: Returning to the deep south of his native Ukraine, Roman Bondarchuk creates a smart, often outlandish but carefully observed reflection on the local media  

17/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Forum

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Berlin Panorama title A Bit of a Stranger

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Berlin Panorama title A Bit of a Stranger

Svitlana Lishchynska’s documentary examines how Moscow’s policies have stripped four generations of women of their identity  

15/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Panorama

Review: Grey Bees

Review: Grey Bees

Dmytro Moiseiev directs an intense and lightly surreal adaptation of Andrey Kurkov’s novel, about a beekeeper caught between the frontlines of the Donbas war  

02/02 | IFFR 2024 | Tiger Competition

Review: A Picture to Remember

Review: A Picture to Remember

Olga Chernykh delivers a lyrical exploration of her heritage in the Donbass, offering up a war diary and linking it with her family’s story by way of images from their own personal archive  

30/01 | Trieste 2024

Svitlana Lishchynska unveils details of her Berlinale Panorama-bound documentary A Bit of a Stranger

Svitlana Lishchynska unveils details of her Berlinale Panorama-bound documentary A Bit of a Stranger

Produced by The Earth Is Blue as an Orange’s Anna Kapustina, the film examines how Moscow’s policies have stripped four generations of women of their identity  

22/01 | Production | Funding | Ukraine/Germany/Sweden

Olga Semak  • Director of Demiurge

Interview: Olga Semak • Director of Demiurge

“This peaceful story can resonate with international audiences just as strongly as our war stories”

The Ukrainian director regales us with more details on her tale of a Kyiv stage artist who returns to his home village in an attempt to revive the theatre scene there  

13/12/2023 | /Ukraine

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