A MONTH OF UKRAINIAN CINEMA IN WROCŁAW, POLAND
With assistance of Dovzhenko Centre, all through April the Polish city of Wrocław will host a cine-marathon of Ukrainian films within the Lviv Month in Wrocław project. The event’s partners have already presented a number of outstanding modern Ukrainian films, such as The Guide by Oles Sanin, Live Fire by Ostap Kostyuk and Haytarma by Akhtem Seitablayev, as well as the classics: A Spring for the Thirsty by Yuri Ilyenko, Chasing Two Hares by Viktor Ivanov and The Lost Letter by Borys Ivchenko. Awaiting their turn are the cinematic masterpieces Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors by Sergei Parajanov and Enthusiasm (Symphony of the Donbas) by Dziga Vertov. The program will be closed with Serhiy Loznytsya’s Maidan.
The schedule of screenings:
Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors / dir. Sergei Parajanov / Ukraine, 1965
27.04.2016 / Wednesday / time 20.00 / Free admission
Enthusiasm. Symphony of the Donbas / dir. Dziga Vertov / Ukraine, 1931
28.04.2016 / Thursday / time 20.00 / Free admission
Maidan / dir. Serhiy Loznytsya / Ukraine, 2014
29.04.2016 / Friday / time 20.00 / Free admission
Place: Kino Nowe Horyzonty (Kazimierza Wielkiego 19a-21, Wrocław)
Films will be screened with Polish subtitles.
The extensive screening program held in the New Horizons Cinema aims to present Ukrainian cinematography as fully as possible and in its most diverse facets. The program includes Ukrainian classics, which are already part of the world's film treasury, represented by Vertov and Parajanov. However, the main focus is on contemporary Ukrainian films.
To see the full screening program within the Lviv Month in Wrocław project, please follow this link:
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