Ukrainian film Stop-Zemlia selected for Berlinale-2021

Source : 112 Ukraine

In Ukraine, a cinema release is planned in the second half of 2021
20:46, 8 February 2021


The world premiere of the feature film debut of Ukrainian director Kateryna Hornostay Stop-Zemlia will take place at the 71st Berlin International Film Festival.

In Ukraine, the cinema release of the film is planned in the second half of 2021.

Related: Ukraine's film Numbers available for online distribution

This year, due to the pandemic, the Berlinale will take place in two stages. The competition screenings will be held online in the spring, and the films will be shown to the general public in June 2021.

Stop-Zemlia is a sensual autobiographical story about exploring yourself. 16-year-old Masha studies in an ordinary Kyiv school. Close friends Yana and Senya help her not to feel strange and detached in the team, experiencing a busy school life in their own way. In addition to future exams, Masha is forced to fall out of her comfort zone by falling in love with her classmate Sasha. She understands that if you do not dare - you will never know if there is something in return.

Related: Ukrainian film If We Had Tomorrow receives award at Barcelona International Film Festival

As we reported earlier, Ukrainian sports drama Pulse won two major nominations at the American Film Festival: Best Film and Best Director. In total, the picture was nominated in four categories:

  • Best film – Pulse;
  • Best director – Serhiy Chebotarenko;
  • Best actress – Natalya Babenko;
  • Best actor – Stanislav Boklan.
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