The Ukrainian film Homeward directed by Nariman Aliev has become the winner of the Bosphorus Film Festival. The film is recognized as the best foreign film of the 7th International Bosphorus Film Festival. Axtem Seitablaiev received the Best Actor Award. This was reported on the film's Facebook page.
The historical film “Zakhar Berkut”, produced by Kinorob and Cinema Day with the support of Ukrainian State film Agency, was released on October 10. It collected over 13 million hryvnias for the first weekend. The film was made according to the story of the same name by Ivan Franko. It was directed by Akhtem Seitablaev and codirected by John Wynn. A large international cast from Ukraine, the United States, Kazakhstan, the United Kingdom and Mongolia took part in the work on the film.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has published a long list of submissions for the best international feature film, more known as the best foreign-language film Oscar. The list includes films from 93 countries. Ukraine’s Oscar Committee submitted the film Homeward for Academy Award.
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.