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Andrea Chalupa: Kinofest: Film Festival of the Best New Cinema From Ukraine and Other Post-Soviet Nations

This week is the third annual Kinofest NYC. With a win at Cannes last year for Ukrainian director Maryna Vroda for her short film Cross Country, Ukrainian cinema is steadily gaining the attention of international audiences.
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