Director: Antonio Lukich Genre: Comedy
Having experienced many setbacks in both his professional and personal life, 25-year-old Vadym gets a chance to start it all over. Just one task - to record the song of a rare bird that resides in the Carpathian mountains...
Director: Andrii Lysets’kyi Genre: Documentary
A captivating and resplendent documentary portrait of an extraordinary folk artist whose joyous engagement and representation of the world elicit the attention of the cultural elite.
Director: Nataliya Vorozhbyt Genre: Drama
Four short stories are set along the roads of Donbas during the war. In this world, where tomorrow may never come, not everyone is defenseless and miserable - and even the most innocent victims may have their turn at taking charge.
Director: Alina Horlova Genre: Documentary
Fleeing the Syrian civil war, Andriy and his Kurdish family start a new life in a small town in eastern Ukraine, only to be caught up in another military conflict. This visually arresting documentary takes a powerful look at humanity’s endless cycle of war and peace.
Director: Agnieszka Holland Genre: Drama, thriller, biography
James Norton stars as Gareth Jones, a Welsh journalist travelling to the Soviet Union on a reporting assignment in the 1930s. Jones escapes his cynical circle of media expats in Moscow and embarks on a secret trip south to Ukraine, following a tip-off about a raging famine. He encounters eerie and haunting scenes of human tragedy but his eye-witness accounts are later dismissed and denied.
Post screening discussion with Dr Daria Mattingley, University Cambridge. Hosted by Wimbledon Film Club.
Available: 23 November, in person screening at Wimbledon Curzon