The film will tell the story of the forced eviction of 800 thousand Poles from the USSR and 480,000 Ukrainians from present-day Poland, carried out at the direction of Moscow.
A historical comedy about the archaeologist Borys Mozolevsky, who found the Scythian pectoral at the "Thick Grave", which had remarkable magical properties.
The heroine is a young nurse. She is the best on the course in the specialty and political training. And she is also ready to die, if necessary, for the Soviet government.
A film with a taste of humor about a story of hope in a dark web of circumstances.
To save her father from a deadly disease, the heroine Elina learns about the strange old Victor, who knows how to find a source of life in Ukraine. Together they go on a journey where danger awaits them.
The film tells the story of a pacifist from Horlivka eco-settlement, who wants to live in peace and harmony with nature, but the war comes to Donbas, and he and his wife are nearly killed by pro-Russian militants.
The documentary "The Frontier. Operation Grubeshiv" tells us about the joint struggle of Ukrainian and Polish insurgents against the Soviet Communists during and after World War 2.
A young poet and teacher of Ukrainian language, Vasyl Stus, comes to Kiev from Donbass - to study in graduate school. Here he meets the main women of his life, the most important friends and like-minded people, but also encounters the most ardent enemies.
Stus dreamed of engaging in literature, not politics; to be a famous poet, not a dissident. But the actions of the Soviet special services and the CPSU - incompatible with Vasily's understanding of justice and democracy - pushed him to a point of no return.