Ukrainian Film Festival

Reorganising its film industry was probably fairly far down Ukraine’s list of priorities after the collapse of the USSR gave the country back its independence in 1991.

20th September, 2008

Reorganising its film industry was probably fairly far down Ukraine’s list of priorities after the collapse of the USSR gave the country back its independence in 1991.

Since then, however, the depth and originality of the films coming out of Ukraine have led critics to tip it as the next eastern European international success story, following the explosion of interest in Romanian cinema.

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