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Agnieszka Holland Speaks About Her Forthcoming Holodomor Film “Gareth Jones”

The celebrated Polish filmmaker Agnieszka Holland received her Lifetime Achievement Award at the conclusion of the Odessa International Film Festival on July 22. In...

Art as a Job?!

When it comes to the Arsenal, the first thing to remember is its sheer size — the place is enormous. It’s a bit of...

Odessa Tales By Boris Khersonsky

Once, at the dawn of Perestroika, I phoned the Odessa Intelligentsia. “Pronto,” – replied the familiar, slightly raspy voice. “She’s been to Naples again!” – I...

“Chervonyi” And History

“Chervonyi” tells the story of the former Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) commander Danylo Chervonyi leadership of a mutiny in a Soviet Gulag. The film by...

Photographer in Focus: Juliya Podvigina

Juliya Podvigina was born and raised in Odessa. She remembers looking at the world around her and thinking — “these moments pass and die,...

The Transformative Power Of The Primitive Imagery Of Dakha Brakha

The cult favorite Ukrainian ethno-folk group “DakhaBrakha” is definitely on the rise: in December 2016 they released their newest album “Shlyakh” (“Path”). During the...

Alfa Jazz Festival

The Alfa Jazz Festival in Lviv has become not only one of the most significant open-air events, but also one of the most important jazz events...

Filmed in Odessa:

An Odessa marked the shooting locations of hundreds of films on a city map. It was truly a titanic work and took almost ten years...

The Original Version: Cinema As It Was Meant To Be Seen

Seeing a film subtitled, without dubbing, can be a great way of learning foreign languages. And for those who are fluent in foreign speech,...

Isaak Dunayevsky: The Red Mozart Of Soviet Cinema

Summer in Odessa! The white acacia blossoms, the beach season arrives, and live music can be heard on the streets and at the seaside...
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