“The Intersection”: a Ukrainian movie wins at film festival in Bulgaria
The film depicts one day in the life of the Roma community in a small Romanian town
Ukrainian short-length movie The Intersection triumphed at the 3rd “New Wave”, the student film festival in Bulgaria. A 20 minutes-long film shot in co-production with Romania and directed by Ukrainian movie maker Dmytro Sukholytky-Sobchuk shows the way of life of Gypsies living in a small Romanian town. The town lies at the intersection of an estate road and an international high-road, hence the name of the movie.
During the awards ceremony held in Sofia, Bulgaria, on January 23, The Intersection took the main prize in “The Best Documentary” category.
The movie trailer below is taken from Dmytro Sukholytky-Sobchuk’s Youtube channel.
Watch the video:
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