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The Odessa Review’s OIFF Diary: Day 7 — My Happy Family, A Young Girl...

My Happy Family, A Young Girl In Her Nineties, Spoor By Yevgeniya Seleznyova The last competition day was a perfect ending to the festival, with all...

The Odessa Review’s OIFF Diary: Day 6 — The Distinguished Citizen, Secondo Me, Orpheline,...

The Distinguished Citizen, Secondo Me, Orpheline By Yevgeniya Seleznyova After all of yesterday’s challenges, today has turned out to be quite a pleasure. Finally — well-made...

The Odessa Review’s OIFF Diary: Day 5 — Falling, Requiem for Mrs. J, Summer...

Falling By Ulyana Dovgan Falling is the debut feature from Ukrainian director Marina Stepanska. The psychological drama is also a strong commentary on the contemporary young generation...

The Odessa Review’s OIFF Diary: Day 4 — King of the Belgians, The War...

King of the Belgians By Ulyana Dovgan The feature Stills, directed by Dmitriy Tomshpolskiy, became a hot topic during the fourth day of the 8th OIFF....

A Complete Guide To Underground And Independent Cinema In Odessa

  It has never been a problem to find a screening of the latest “Spiderman” or “James Bond” summer blockbuster in Odessa. There are plenty...

The Odessa Review’s OIFF Diary: Day 3 — Dixie Land, Black Level, Gabriel and...

Dixie Land and Black Level By Ulyana Dovgan The third day of the festival has demonstrated to the audiences that the future of Ukrainian cinema belongs...

Justice in Quotes

  First I had dealings with Benya Krik, then with Lyubka Shneyveys. Do these words mean anything to you? Do they leave a taste in...

The Odessa Review’s OIFF Diary: Day 2 — Pretenders, Beyond the Snowstorm, The Leading...

Pretenders and Beyond the Snowstorm By Yevgeniya Seleznyova Day 2 of the festival came out to be somewhat more intense than the first: after the delightful...

The Master And His Time: On Ukrainian Artist Fedir Krychevsky

The Ukrainian artist Fedir Krychevsky, who was a refugee, a very handsome man and a romantic spirit, became a symbolic figure within Ukrainian modern...

The Odessa Review’s OIFF Diary: Day 1 — Free and Easy, In Between

Free and Easy (China, 2016) By Yevgeniya Seleznyova My first day of the Odessa International Film Festival started at 10 AM with "Free and Easy," a film...
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