Cinema of Ukraine


Cinema of Ukraine

Cinema of Ukraine

Contents

Film studios

State owned

Privately owned

  • Yalta-Film Film Studio[2]

Film distribution

B&H Film Distribution Company is a major Ukrainian film distributor; it is the local distributor of films by Walt Disney Pictures, Universal Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures Entertainment (Columbia Pictures).[3]

Ukrainian Film Distribution (formerly Gemini Ukraine) is the local distributor of films by 20th Century Fox (Fox Searchlight Pictures, Blue Sky Studios).[3]

Kinomania is the local distributor of films by Warner Brothers (New Line Cinema).[3]

Festivals

World famous actors and actresses related to Ukrainians or Ukraine.
  • Molodist,[4] (1970)
  • Odessa International Film Festival,[5] (since 2010)
  • Krok,[6] (1987) organized by the Ukrainian Association of Cinematographers and takes place in Ukraine or Russia
  • Kino-Yalta,[7] (2003) organized together with the Russian government
  • Mute Nights, Odessa, International silent film festival which is held in Odessa on the third week on June.

Awards

  • Shevchenko National Prize, for the Performing Arts
  • Dovzhenko State Prize of Ukraine
  • Scythian deer, the main prize of the International Student Cinematography Festival Molodist[8]
  • Golden Duke, the main prize of the Odessa International Film Festival (OIFF)[9]
  • Sunny bunny of the international student cinematography festival Molodist
  • Ukrainian Panorama of the international student cinematography festival Molodist

Former awards

  • Lenin's Komsomol Prize of Ukrainian SSR

Notable films

Actors

Bohdan Stupka is recognized as the most famous living Ukrainian actor.

Directors

October Palace movie theatre and concert hall in Kiev.

History of the cinema in Ukraine

On the territory of Odessa film studio there is a Museum of the Cinema, in which you can find out about many interesting facts on the history of the cinema in general and history of Ukrainian cinema as a part. Here you can find historic materials, from the invention of cinema, to the postmodern, digital and avant garde.

Government and civil bodies concerned

is administrated by the Ministry of Culture of Ukraine and the Ukrainian Association of Cinematographers.

See also

  • Cinema of the world
  • Ukrainian Association of Cinematographers

References

External links



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