The Ukrainian Pavilion at Marche du Film at the Cannes Film Festival
Today, Ukraine is a symbol of freedom and courage for the whole world. Culture can't stand aside, as it is used as a formidable soft-power weapon.
Through the common efforts of the Ukrainian State Film Agency, relevant industry associations and film companies, Ukraine will be represented at The Ukrainian Pavilion at Marche du Film at the Cannes Film Festival.
Unfortunately, due to russia's military aggression against our country, now it’s difficult to shoot movies on our territory, but Ukraine is open for cooperation. Our experienced film professionals are ready to provide quality services in creative and artistic development, post-production, VFX, 2D and 3D animation, dubbing, distribution and more.
We remain open for cooperation, for new co-production projects. Prominent examples of films, made in co-production with Ukraine, are «Legacy of Lies» directed by Adrian Bol, «107 Mothers» directed by Péter Kerekes, «The Painted Bird» directed by Václav Marhoul, «Woman at War» directed by Benedikt Erlingsson, «Olga» directed by Elie Grappe, «Let It Snow» directed by Stanislav Kapralov, «The Line» directed by Peter Bebjak, «STÁSIS» directed by Mantas Kvedaravičius, «Mr Jones» directed by Agnieszka Holland and many others.
This year we are presenting two debut films by young Ukrainian directors at the Cannes competitions - «Butterfly Vision» by Maksym Nakonechnyi and «Pamfir» by Dmytro Sukholytkyy-Sobchuk.
So, please stand with Ukraine and meet our movies at The Ukrainian Pavilion at Marche du Film 2022.
You can support our filmmakers by contributing to the special account of the Ukrainian State Film Agency: https://usfa.gov.ua/stand-with-ukraine.
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