Ukrainian silent cinema will be shown at the Dovzhenko Center

The Dovzhenko Center invites evryone who loves silent cinema. It starts the Oldschool Cinema Club, which will show Ukrainian hits of the 1920s as part of the Ukrainian State Film Agency: Lost & Found movie project. This is reported by BigKiev.


According to the organizers, viewers will be offered a look at rare paintings that have recently been considered lost or lost for almost a century. Movies will sound in a new way with soundtracks from contemporary musicians (on record). "Look at where Ukrainian cinema started: the first blockbuster, the first spy detective, the first Easter film, the first editorial documentary, the first popular science film," the organizers note. Films will run from September 25 to October 30, every Wednesday at 7:00 pm.