Post Profile

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.
read more

See more about: Film Festival

Related Posts

Silence Talks

Canada / Toronto : Torontoist (3 years ago)

The third annual Toronto Silent Film Festival brings vintage cinema to the big screen for a new generation of audiences. Toronto Silent Film Festival Various cinemas March 29–April 3 Festival pass $65-$100, Individual tickets $12 In...

Big Directors Small Films: The Coen Brothers Short Film ‘World Cinema’

Entertainment / Film : SlashFilm (6 years ago)

In 2007 an omnibus film called Chacun son cinema (To Each His Own Cinema) played at festivals. Made to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Cannes Film Festival, the collection featured short films about cinema made by an amazing v...

CANNES AWARDS: 'Poliss' Wins First Of Major Honors

Industries / Entertainment Industry : Nikki Finke's Deadline Hollywood Daily (4 years ago)

The Cannes Film Festival is handing out its awards now. We'll have them for you as they are announced from the Palais. Palme d'Or Court Metrage: Cross Country (dir: Maryna Vroda) Camera dOr (best first film): Las Acasias (dir: Pablo...

Damian Kolodiy: Kinofest NYC Film Festival Nov. 25-28th!!!

United States / New York : Huffington Post: New York Blog (5 years ago)

I have the privilege to announce the first film festival devoted exclusively to Ukraine and the former Soviet Bloc! Over the weekend of February 25-28th,...

Ukrainian Film Festival, Kinofest NYC, Plumbs the Post-Soviet Era

United States / New York : The Local: East Village (3 years ago)

A Palme d'Or winner at Cannes is one of four Ukrainian filmmakers who will make their U.S. debuts at the Ukrainian and Post-Soviet Film Fest.


Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC