Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors
A timeless Carpathian story - the young Ivan falls in love with the daughter of his father's killer among the Hutsul people of Ukraine.
The film is considered the most internationally acclaimed Ukrainian film in history and a classic of Ukrainian cinema.
Directed by One of the 20th century's greatest masters of cinema Sergei Parajanov.
Breaking Point: The War for Democracy in Ukraine
Mark Jonathan Harris, Oles Sanin
The War for Democracy in Ukraine looks at people transformed by a democratic revolution, who give up their normal lives to fight a Russian invasion, in a war which has killed 10,000 and displaced 1.9 million Ukrainians.
Directed by Two Times Academy Award Winner Mark Jonathan Harris and Oles Sanin.
I Work at the Cemetery
Sasha manages a firm that installs tombstones at the local cemetery. His many customers have all experienced personal tragedies, but he is full of cynicism. One day, Sasha's 14-year-old daughter appears to bring him back into her life.
At the beginning of the 20th century, in the Jewish shtetl of Anatovka, Jews and Christians are trying to live in peace and in accordance with their religious beliefs. Tevye, the milkman, struggles to support his wife and five daughters. He knows that their only way out of poverty is to make successful marital matches.
Inspired by Sholem Aleichem Work
Nominated for Ukrainian Academy Award, Audience Choice
Rhode island film festival - winner- best feature film - first prize 2019
Treasure coast film festival
Winner - best cinematography
Live Concert of Svetlana Portnyansky
A solo Jewish and international singer, Svetlana's youthful style, sensational voice and personal charm has endeared her to audiences around the world. Svetlana is one of the few singers that brings Jewish music, culture, and tradition to the whole international Jewish community. Svetlana's songs reawaken the best of the Jewish spirit while creating a new bond between the Jewish communities of the world.
Svetlana will be performing songs in Ukranian, English, Hebrew, Yiddish and more.
Short films will be shown before selected features.