“Visiting Kinosaray is to dip into the close, intimate relations with nature, people, and pictures on the screen feeling stronger your deep desires, feeling yourself alive and strong for creation. I am filled up with feeling to the brim; I feel grateful to everyone who creates this space,” the movie director noted.
The author's short story Deep Water is about a lonely chubby middle-aged mermaid who lives at the bottom of the lake and has a magical ability to look through the water for thousands of miles. Her favorite pastime is peeking at people through water pipes. One day, during such a peeking, the mermaid falls in love with a man, and blinded by passion, comes to his apartment.
Kinosaray took place during the last weekends in the Chernihiv region at art-village Obirok and Baturyn. The aim of the film festival is to raise awareness about films of all genres that facilitate a positive attitude to life, the world, nature, animals, and other people.
As we reported, the Ukrainian movie Mother of Apostles has received the award as the best feature fiction film at the Nevada Women’s Film Festival in Las Vega.