Dates: April 20 – April 24, 2016 Kyiv International Short Film Festival is the biggest Ukrainian festival of short films that in 2016 celebrates its 5th anniversary. KISFF traditionally takes place in Kinopanorama cinema, and known for its very cozy and friendly atmosphere. I used to think that I don’t […]Read More
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Each year DocuDays UA documentary film festival reacts on political and social situation in Ukraine by choosing the symbol of the festival (such as the burning heart that looks like Molotov cocktail during Maidan protests or tanks that are screening movies from its tank guns after the Crimea occupation and […]Read More
How big film festivals are organized? I’ve been interested in this topic for quite a while already, and wanted to learn more. The easiest way to get behind the scenes is volunteering. My first volunteering experience was at Molodist Kyiv International Film Festival few years ago. It was extremely interesting […]Read More
One of the trends of 2015 was the revision of Ukrainian XXth century art. Among the important projects were: “Harlequin Is Leaving…In Memoriam. Legendary Collection of Ihor Dychenko” and “Kateryna Bilokur. I want to be an artist!” at Mystetskyi Arsenal; “SPETSFOND (works from the special storage, 1937-1939)” and “Art of the […]Read More
Viktor Zaretskyi, Alla Horska (with Anatolii Lymarev and Borys Plaksii) A sketch for the mosaic panel “Flag of Freedom” for the Young Guard Museum in Krasnodon, 1968, applique on cardboard We went to the opening of a new exhibition at National Art Museum of Ukraine. It was great, I finally […]Read More