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A film about the collapse of illusions and beginning of maturity. The event will be held in support of Oleh Sentsov, a Ukrainian filmmaker who has been illegally detained by Russian Federal Security Service in Crimea.Find out more »
Celebrating the 125th Anniversary of Oleksander Dovzhenko’s Birth. “IVAN,” Dovzhenko’s first “talking” movie picture was awarded for the Best Program presented by a State (USSR) at the 1934 Venice International Film Festival. In Ukrainian with English subtitles.Find out more »
The screening will be followed by a Q&A session featuring film director Olga Morkova and USA Representative of the Crimean Tatar Mejlis Adviser to the Permanent Mission of Ukraine to the United Nations on Indigenous Matters Member of the World Congress of Crimean Tatars, Ayla Bakkalli. Olga Morkova is a young filmmaker from Ukraine. She received her degree in human rights law from the American University in DC which she did as a Fulbright student in 2012-2013. In 2014 she…Find out more »
The Ukrainian Institute of America invites you for the animations screening from the independent filmmaking studio from Ukraine (Oleksandr Danylenko and Kateryna Zabavko). You will also be able to see videos about the creation of the animated films. Q & A to follow. In their animations, Oleksandr Danylenko and Kateryna Zabavko combine folk and contemporary elements, as well as environmental and digital components. They create a magic world of colorful characters and extraordinary allegories. Their films are presented at the…Find out more »
“Freedom or Death” focuses on the revolutionary events in Kyiv, Ukraine in 2014. The film is told from the point of view of Ukrainian-American filmmaker Damian Kolodiy.Find out more »
This documentary film tells the little-known story of the Crimean Tatars. It features interviews with Crimean residents, historians, survivors of the 1944 deportation, Russian nationalists, and Tatar activists, including Mustafa Dzhemilev, the leader of the Crimean Tatar people.Find out more »
Join us for a screening of Ukraine’s entry for the Oscar consideration 2017 and meet the film director Roman BondarchukFind out more »
New York City Premiere. Docudrama, 90 min. Q&A with the film director and the producer will follow the screening.Find out more »
North American Premiere. Director: Serg Skobun. 1h 30min. Action, history. Q&A with the film director and actors to follow the screening.Find out more »
The Ukrainian Institute of America in collaboration with LINOLEUM Animation Festival presents a compilation of Ukrainian Contemporary Animation from the most renowned authors. These films produced in 2013-2018 made strong steps towards the rebirth of the animation art as well as represented Ukraine at the international level.Find out more »
A documentary film by Matej Silecky tells the little-known story of Ukrainian children torn from their homes in the crush between the Nazi and Soviet fronts in World War II.Find out more »
Due to popular demand, we've added another screening on Sunday, February 16th at 12:00 PM.Find out more »
Due to popular demand, the February 16th 3:00 PM screening of Taras. Return is SOLD OUT.
We've added another screening on Sunday, February 16th at 12:00 PM.