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.
Dovzhenko Centre will hold a public discussion on the post-Soviet past and possible prospects of building a democratic and peaceful future.
The legendary film, with the Ukrainian soundtrack restored by Dovzhenko Centre, will be shown in Mariupol.
Dovzhenko’s Earth will be screened at a jazz festival in San-Francisco to the live score by DAKHABRAKHA.
In August, classical Ukrainian films will be shown at Paradzhanov Festival at Levandivka.
Video recording of the press conference with the Ukrainian retrospective Margins of Freedom experts from Dovzhenko Centre.
From 1 to 5 of August, 2016, Artek-Bukovel Children’s Camp will be hosting the 1st FilmFestBuk Children’s Film Festival.
The films Earth by O. Dovzhenko, In Spring by M. Kaufman and Bread by M. Shpykovskyi will be shown in Prizren.
Dance performance #LetMePleaseYou took place at Dovzhenko Centre on July 24.
Films by Dzyga Vertov, Mykola Shpykovskyi, Mykhail Kaufman and Oleksandr Dovzhenko will be screened at the Babylon Cinema.
Residents and guests of Odesa will have an opportunity to buy Dovzhenko Centre’s products at Odessa International Film Festival - 2016.
A retrospective screening of Yuriy Illienko and Ivan Mykolaychuk films will be held in Odesa on June 25-30.
On June 25, at the Art Dock, Dovzhenko Centre will demonstrate the Czech film Erotikon by Gustav Machaty to a soundtrack from FORMA.
Oleksandr Dovzhenko’s film Earth will be screened to the accompaniment of the DakhaBrakha band on June 21 in Amsterdam.
Serhiy Parajanov’s cinematic masterpiece Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors will be shown in Odesa on June 20.
A retrospective of films featuring or directed by Ivan Mykolaychuk will be presented in Bukovyna, the birthplace of the famous actor, in mid-June.
A retrospective of films by Oleksandr Dovzhenko will take place in South Korea in June 2016.
O. Muratov’s film Tatar Triptych will be screened on May 26 at the opening of Intermezzo Short Story Festival in Vinnytsia.
On May 19, in Poznan, Dovzhenko Centre will present the classics of the world’s silent cinema – Dziga Vertov’s The Eleventh Year.
Oleksandr Dovzhenko’s silent film Diplomatic Courier’s Bag will be screened in Hamburg’s Metropolis Kino cinema on March 8.
On April 25, an awards ceremony for the winners of the short film competition UKRAINE: THE ROAD TO PEACE! took place in Kyiv.
On May 2016, first time in Israel the program showcases the retrospective of Oleksandr Dovzhenko, his famous Ukrainian trilogy.
In Wrocław, Dovzhenko Centre will present the legendary Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors by Parajanov and Enthusiasm (Symphony of the Donbas) by Dziga Vertov.
To mark the 30th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear accident, Heorhiy Shklyarevskyi’s film Mi-cro-phone! has been put on the platform DAFilms (Czech Republic).
Viktor Turin’s silent film TURKSIB will be screened in the UK on April 15.
On April 10, Oleksandr Dovzhenko’s silent film Arsenal (1929) will be screening in Bristol (UK).
A 5-year contract has been signed.
On March 31 and April 1 the showcase Ukraine on Film: Way to Freedom is being held in Amsterdam.
Oleksandr Dovzhenko National Centre announces issue of the 2nd edition of the Ukrainian Films 2015-2016 Catalog.
Dovzhenko Center reports: 99 films were added to Dovzhenko Center Film Archive in 2015...
On March 16, 2016 Dovzhenko Centre will hold a meeting with prominent Ukrainian animator Yevhen Syvokin.
On March 8, 2016, Oleksandr Dovzhenko’s silent film Arsenal (1929) starts its tour of Britain.
Dovzhenko Centre makes public its library collection and invites all those making research into the Ukrainian cinema...
The Brussels Centre for Fine Arts (Bozar) presented the restored avant-garde film by Dziga Vertov, The Eleventh Year.
On January 21, international tour SEE UKRAINE: DOCUDAYS UA ON TOUR starts in Paris.
Dovzhenko Centre is considering proposals on storage of large amounts of digital information.
Dzyga Vertov’s avant-garde film The Eleventh Year (1928) will be presented by Ivan Kozlenko.
From 8/10 till 13/10 of 2015 in the framework of «Days of Ukraine in Israel» will be held «The first week of the Ukrainian cinema in Israel».
4 september 2015, Lecture "Beyond “ethnographism”: optical unconscious of film Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors" from Olga Bryukhovetska in Dovzhenko-Centre.
Olexandr Dovzhenko National Center is a partner of this year's International Ukrainian Summer School Viadrinicum.
Sunday 13th September at 6.30pm Oleksand Dovzhenko’s Arsenal will be screening at The 18th British Silent Film Festival. This screening will be the British premiere of a brilliant new...
August 15 at 19.00 in the cultural cluster "Dovzhenko Centre", will take place press conference of the 6th festival of silent film and modern music Mute Nights Festival ...
Ivan Kozlenko has read a lecture "the Odessa film studio VUFKU: industrial and art revolution in Ukrainian Cinema of 1920s"
Potemkin Stairs, the 'Treasure of European film culture', 15 thousand viewers, the best documentary of all time, 'Man with a Movie Camera' by Dziga Vertov, incredible Michael Nyman.
Starting June 17 till July 1 Melbourne cinematheque, in Australia will host a retrospective screenings of films made by Ukrainian director Kira Muratova.
From the 8th and until the 14th of April, at «Ukrainian film week in Paris» will be shown the best modern and classic Ukrainian films, in particular «In Spring» (1929) by...
On April 1st, the team of the National Oleksandr Dovzhenko Centre presented a concept for development and a project for the creation of a cultural cluster at the Centre
Ukranian Film Corner at the 64th Berlin International Film Festival
The largest Danish film festival CPH PIX and National Oleksandr Dovzhenko Centre present
At the Docudays UA closing ceremony Dovzhenko Centre will screen the unique animated The Eleventh Year trailer.
State Film Agency and Dovzhenko Centre form Ukrainian Film Guide 2012-2013
Dovzhenko Centre received the American educational film archive from Kyiv-Mohyla Academy
Premiere of Hryhorii Skovoroda by Ivan Kavaleridze
Dovzhenko Centre presents a program at the Molodist International Film Festival
Dovzhenko Centre's Program at the Book Arsenal Festival 2012
Special program of SILENT NIGHTS festival at GOGOLFest: three silent films accompanied by live contemporary music
Dovzhenko Centre presents the opening film of GOGOLFEST - Dovzhenko's Earth with live accompaniment by DakhaBrakha
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