Ukrainian cinema program to be presented at Viennale Film Festival for the first time

The event will be held in Vienna from October 24 to November 6
12:47, 11 October 2019

Homeward (2019), film by Nariman Aliev
Ukraine's State Film Agency/Facebook

The largest Austrian film festival Viennale will take place this fall in Vienna. The special program of Ukrainian cinema will be presented at Viennale Film Festival for the first time.

As the State Film Agency reported on Facebook, four of the latest Ukrainian films that have already gained international recognition and won prizes in Venice, Karlovy Vary and the Odessa Film Festival will be shown at Viennale:

Homeward, the film by Ukrainian director of Crimean Tatar origin Nariman Aliev;

Atlantis - 2019 Ukrainian drama film directed by Valentyn Vasyanovych;

Debut of film director Antonio Lukic My Thoughts are Silent;

documentary My Father is My Mother’s Brother of Vadym Ilkov.

Ukrainian films at Viennale
Ukraine's State Film Agency/Facebook

Viennale is an annual film festival held in Vienna since 1960; the audience of the festival is more than 90,000 spectators. In 2019, the festival runs from October 24 to November 6.

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