From Oleksandr Dovzhenko’s silent masterpiece Earth (1930), to avant-garde documentary filmmaker Dziga Vertov’s 1931 documentary, Enthusiam, to one of world cinema’s true poets, Sergei Parajanov’s Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors (1965), to Ukrainian auteur Kira Muratova’s debut masterpiece, Brief Encounters (1967), to Borys Ivchenko’s, Annychka that defined Ukraine’s “poetic cinema” of the 1960s, to Sergei Loznitsa’s Palme d’Or nominated My Joy (2010): discover the rich and poetic works of Ukrainian filmmakers, that have always occupied a special place in world cinema. Browse through our library, which hosts an ever-growing collection of handpicked contemporary & classic Ukrainian titles. Contemporary directors we have screened include Irina Tsilyk’s Earth is blue as an Orange, Anton Lukich’s comedy gem My Thoughts are Silent and Katya Gornostai’s tender Stop-Zemlia. Sign up for a 7-day FREE trial and get access to bonus materials, including live interviews, essays, watchlists and much more. You can also downloads films to watch offline on your preferred device with the Klassiki app now available on Apple, Android, Roku and Apple TV.
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