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Christopher Hampton Goes To Odessa: An Interview With The Head Of The Odessa Film...

Christopher Hampton is a British playwright, screenwriter, translator and film director who is best known for his play based on the eighteenth century Pierre...

Odessa’s DOCU/XIT Program Recap: Powerful Films That Need To Be Seen

Тhe festival of documentary features about human rights Docudays UA took place on March 25th this year in Kyiv. Four top-notch works of the...

I Am A Jew!

Viktor Yerofeyev is one of the best known Russian writers working today, the author of modern classics such as “Life with an Idiot” (which...

Interview with Hobart Earle

Hobart Earle has been the music director and principal conductor of the Odessa Philharmonic Orchestra for as long as independent Ukraine has existed. A...

April 28, Odessa. “Anatomy” Exhibition

Odessa Art Museum's new exhibition program opens April 28 by the exhibition "Anatomy" by the famous contemporary Ukrainian artist Vladimir Ralko. For the first...
Suntan

OIFF Update: "Suntan" (2016)

Many people daydream about an island vacation, where their responsibilities fly away as they lie out on the beach during the day and party...

Made in Odessa: On Six Musicians With Odessa Roots

When studying the biographies of famous musicians, composers and singers, unexpected discoveries will be made. It should not surprise anyone that a good deal...

Ukrainian And Jewish Political Prisoners In The Gulag: Toward Solidarity, Mutual Understanding And Cooperation

  The penal institutions in which the Soviet Union imprisoned dissenters had as their purported aim not simply the act of isolating and punishing political...

KVN and Odessa: Between Humor and Politics

KVN (Club of the Cheerful and Resourceful) is both a game and a TV show, created for Soviet TV in the middle of the...