A House Made of Splinters
Tears turn to soap bubbles and hugs turn to fights in Simon Lereng Wilmont's award-winning film about an orphanage in eastern Ukraine. Eminently observed, and with unforgettable moments of hope.
Simon Lereng Wilmont / Denmark / 2022 / 87 min
The 2014 Ukrainian uprising depicted as a powerful historical fresco by director Sergei Loznitsa, a maestro of the contemporary and historical chronicle.
Sergei Loznitsa / Ukraine, Netherlands / 2014 / 130 min
Brand new film from the Ukrainian eastern fronts of Donetsk and Luhansk where the Russian army and pro-Russian separatists had been waging a war against Ukraine even before Putin's full-scale invasion in 2022.
Enrico Parenti, Luca Gennari / 2022 / 64 min / World Premiere
As a 13-year-old boy, he became the poster boy of the Ukrainian revolution. Now Roma is back on the streets with nothing in his pocket but a lighter and a knife. Can he get his life together before it's too late?
Olha Zhurba / Ukraine, Denmark, Netherlands / 2022 / 79 min / World Premiere
The Earth is Blue as an Orange
An audience favourite from Sundance and Berlin about a Ukrainian family who come together to make small films in the midst of turbulent and chaotic times.
Iryna Tsilyk / Ukraine, Lithuania / 2020 / 74 min
The Treasures of Crimea
A collection of historical artefacts from Ukraine is stranded in a museum in Amsterdam as Russia annexes Crimea. For to whom should they be returned? A deep dilemma turns courtroom drama.
Oeke Hoogendijk / Netherlands / 2021 / 82 min
This Rain Will Never Stop
A Syrian family flees their homeland only to arrive to a new war in Ukraine. Deep dilemmas are faced in the story of a young man who must choose his own path.
Alina Gorlova / Ukraine, Germany, Latvia / 2020 / 103 min