Oleksandr Dovzhenko’s Silent Trilogy: Life and Death in the Times of Revolution in London

On November 12, 2017, Oleksandr Dovzhenko’s silent film Arsenal (1929) will be screening in The Film Festival Cottbus.

Ukrainian Soviet Cinema Program "Filming the Revolution: Ukrainian Avant-garde Films 1929-1931" In Vienna

On December 7 the National Art Museum of Ukraine will host a screening of the slidefilm The Magic Lantern.

A selection of films from Dovzhenko Center’s collection will be screened at the Ukrainian Genesis exhibition, marking the 120th anniversary of Ukrainian cinema.

Dovzhenko Centre now has a modern repository for positive film copies.

Germany has passed over to Ukraine the silent comedy Pigs Will Be Pigs, which for a long time was considered lost.

Sight & Sound magazine mentioned restored film Arsenal by O. Dovzhenko with the soundtrack by Guy Bartell.

Restored Conscience (1968) by V. Denysenko will be screened at the world’s biggest documentary film festival.

A collection of Ukrainian Soviet avant-garde films and an album of film posters have gone to Cannes Media Library.

Ukrainian classical films will be shown in Ternopil from 3 to 12 November.

On 10 and 11 November, Dzyga Vertov’s Enthusiasm: Symphony of the Donbas and Man with a Movie Camera will be shown in Mariupol. 

On October 28 winners of the Sunny Bunny competition program were awarded at Dovzhenko Centre.

The film Atomopolis: Assembling Utopia was screened at the second Nordic Ukrainian Film Festival

On 18 November, Dovzhenko Centre will host Vlad Troitskyi’s kinetic performance “...but for the wind…” 

As part of a festival, film expert of Dovzhenko Centre Anna Onufriienko will present the film A Dream Come True (1963).

Cultural forum Transcending Borders: GaliciaKult will take place in Kharkiv in early October.

Director General of Dovzhenko Centre will hold a meeting within a training course for managers of cultural projects.

Dovzhenko Centre will present the program Multagitprop at the National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture.

Kira Muratova’s Brief Encounters and Long Farewells will be shown in Zagreb.

Screening of restored Kaufman's NEBUVALYI POKHID in Pordenone, Italy 

On November 18 and 20, KULTURFILM - autumn season of the series of lectures on cinema will be completed.

On October 28, a restored film by Heorhii Tasin will be screened to a live accompaniment of the band Vagonovozhatyie.

Film Atomopolis. Assembling Utopia will be screened on October 24 as part of Molodist Kyiv International Film Festival.

To mark the 80th birthday anniversary of Yurii Illienko, Dovzhenko Centre will present a retrospective of his most outstanding films at the 46th Molodist IFF.

The program of Dovzhenko Ceentre at the 46th Molodist IFF

From October 20 to November 27 Dovzhenko Centre will be presenting a program of lectures on cinema within the exhibition project Ephemeroids: The ХХ Century in Posters.

On October 17, Dovzhenko Centre starts a new season of the series of lectures on cinema, KULTURFILM.

Unique jazz project of Arkady Shilkloper (Germany) and Jon Sass (USA) in concert.

From 16 to 25 September, Dovzhenko Centre will present a diverse and rich program within the year’s major event in the world of contemporary art.

A stand from Oleksandr Dovzhenko National Centre will work at the ХХІІІ Publishers' Forum in Lviv.

Public readings of contemporary British plays staged by emerging Ukrainian directors, finalists of British Council’s theatre programme, Taking the Stage.

On September 11, Dzyga Vertov’s legendary silent film The Eleventh Year (1928) will be showed in Odesa’s Green Theatre.

A Ukrainian retrospective from Dovzhenko Centre will be screen in Kinopanorama Cinema, Kyiv.

On September 6, a citizens’ initiative for opening Malevych Institute in Kyiv is holding a brainstorm meeting titled Malevych: The Circle of Cinema.

Screenings from the STUPKA 75: Stranger retrospective will take place in Kyiv in late August.

A Ukrainian retrospective from Dovzhenko Centre at the 7th Odessa International Film Festival.

The 7th Mute Nights Festival of Silent Film and Contemporary Music will take place in Odesa on July 8-10.

In early 2016, the specialists of Dovzhenko Centre Film Archive started work on a large government order.