MARIUPOL, I LOVE YOU (SHORTS) / Kriegsbilder - Kino aus der Ukraine

diverse, UK, 2016-2020
50 min., OmeU
Kurzfilmprogramm / Eintritt Freie Spende
KRIEGSBILDER zeigt eine Kurzfilmreihe ukrainischer Filmschaffender über den nunmehr 8-jährigen Krieg in der Ukraine.
Screening in Kooperation mit THIS HUMAN WORLD Filmfestival
im Anschluss Q&A via Zoom mit den Filmemacher:innen

Eintritt: Freie Spende

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DIORAMA by Zoya Laktionova, UK 2018, 12min, OmeU
Life flows in its everyday reality, but then suddenly something elusive changes its course. All that is left is the chance to plunge into memories where everything is preserved, as if in a museum.

MA by Maria Stoianova, UK 2016, 17min, OmeU
Mom is feeding great tits from the window of her high-rise building in Mariupol, and growing queen apples in her summerhouse near the battle line. To show her simple life, she shoots videos on her small camera for her daughter, who lives in the capital and is hard to reach. To try to keep the conversation going, she feeds her overgrown child with morel mushrooms and fairytales.

ME AND MARIUPOL by Piotr Armianovski, UK 2017, 10min, OmeU
For the first time I saw the sea in Mariupol. I think this town has got a fairy tale. After 20 years I went on to find it.

TERRITORY OF EMPTY WINDOWS by Zoya Laktionova, UK 2020, 10min, OmeU
War and abandoned ecology are two themes that permeate the everyday life of Mariupol residents. World War II and the local plant became the reason for Zoya`s family to move to Mariupol. And the war with Russia along with environmental consequences of the plant`s operation have played a dramatic role in her future life.