The most up-to-date Ukrainian documentary films will be presented at Sheffield DocFest

The most up-to-date Ukrainian documentary films will be presented at Sheffield DocFest Please welcome the projects which will participate in Works-in-Progress, a presentation event of Ukrainian feature-length films at the stage of production at the British documentary film festival Sheffield DocFest. As a result of an open call, representatives of Docudays UA, the Ukrainian Institute…

Statement on Kirill Serebrennikov’s participation in Cannes Film Festival

Statement on Kirill Serebrennikov’s participation in Cannes Film Festival Since February 24, 2022, Ukrainian culture professionals and organizations called on the international community to impose “cultural sanctions” on Russia and suspend any cooperation with people and institutions directly or indirectly supported by the Putin regime and the Russian capital. Many intellectuals in Europe reacted critically…

European Union and the Ukrainian Institute invite you to participate in international online flash mob #VyshyvankaDay2022

European Union and Ukrainian Institute invite you to participate in international online flash mob #VyshyvankaDay2022 On the eve of the Ukrainian Vyshyvanka Day, which is marked on May 19 this year, the European Union together with the Ukrainian Institute announce an international online flash mob #VyshyvankaDay2022 and invite Ukrainians and friends of Ukraine from around…

Theatrical reading about the war and political prisoners “Ukraine, 5 a.m” will be held in Berlin

Theatrical reading about the war and political prisoners “Ukraine, 5 am” will be held in Berlin   The texts for reading were based on the documentary play “Crimea, 5 am” by Ukrainian playwrights Natalia Vorozhbyt and Anastasia Kosodii. Excerpts from the play illustrate the situation with human rights and persecution, especially against the Crimean Tatar population…

We are looking for film projects to participate in the showcase “Work in Progress: Screen Ukraine” at Sheffield DocFest

We are looking for film projects to participate in the showcase “Work in Progress: Screen Ukraine” at Sheffield DocFest The event is supported by the British Council and the Ukrainian Institute as part of the UK/ Ukraine Season of Culture. We are announcing the call for applications for participation in the presentation event of Ukrainian…

The opening discussion “How Russian war against Ukraine changed the [art] world” took place at La Biennale di Venezia

The opening discussion “How Russian war against Ukraine changed the [art] world” took place within Ukrainian Pavilion at the 59th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia Ukrainian Pavilion Public Programme Decolonising Art. Beyond the Obvious engages artists, curators, public intellectuals, researchers, and a wider audience in the discussion of a decolonial view on…

Ukrainian Pavilion Public Programme at the 59th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia: Decolonising Art. Beyond the Obvious

Ukrainian Pavilion Public Programme at the 59th La Biennale di Venezia Decolonising Art. Beyond the Obvious is an interdisciplinary programme of the Ukrainian Pavilion at the 59th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia The Milk of Dreams that engages artists, curators, public intellectuals, researchers, and a wider audience. The programme focuses on a…