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6 films in package
Liturgy of Anti-Tank Obstacles / Літургія протитанкових перешкод
Reality in Ukraine has been divided in two periods - before the war and after. Every citizen tries to be useful in this national resistance. Ukrainians change their professions and adapt to the needs of wartime. In art workshops, sculptors make anti-tank obstacles. Craftsmen weld metal defence items for the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Peace and Tranquillity / Мир і спокій
Dramatic monologue poem about the feelings of war and personal apocalypse of the survivors of the first weeks of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022.
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People Who Came To Power / Люди, які прийшли до влади
The film traces the gradual slide of a society into war. Shot in March-April 2014 in the Donbas region in East Ukraine, it represents the degradation of social protest into an armed uprising heavily backed by covert foreign invasion.
The Fall of Lenin / Ленінопад
An ironic documentary bidding farewell to the phantoms of the USSR in Ukraine. The film is inspired by-laws adopted in 2015 by the Parliament of Ukraine, which condemns the Communist totalitarian regime and bans the use of its symbols. It presents the dawn and the twilight of idols and the curious afterlife of history’s ghosts.
Holiday / Вихідний
In a Southern Ukrainian city, the people are out to celebrate an important national holiday. Old and new symbols, the search for identity, and an opportunity for understanding between people who are growing more and more distant from each other, although they live on neighbouring streets… Holiday is a portrait of a city and its people. Set in the backdrop of monumental changes within the country and the consciousness of its people, it is a film about a search for identity: how is it possible to continue to live with one foot stuck in the Soviet past, and with the other moving towards Europe?
Irreality. Trust in Children. Some Future.
Markiewicz and Piron offer a different visual narrative to the present iteration of war. Through sequencing images into a video and abstracting this into a glitched still, the work provides viewers a multi-dimensional and complex invitation to engage and reflect.
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    12 minutes
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  • Director
    Dmytro Sukholytkyy-Sobchuk