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Ukrainian movie "Call sign "Banderas" to take part in London IFF

The film will compete in IFF 2019's three nominations
11:31, 3 January 2019

An episode from Ukrainian movie "Call sign "Banderas", directed by Zaza Buadze
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Ukrainian movie Call sign "Banderas" will participate in the International Film Festival in London.

As the press office of Ukrainian State Film Agency reported, the film will fight for victory in IFF 2019 in London in three nominations: “Best foreign language film”, “Best camera work in foreign movie” and “Best actor in leading role”.

Related: Ukrainian movie wins at Romanian film festival Alter-Native

Call sign "Banderas" tells about a group of the Ukrainian counterspies who tried to prevent subversions in the Anti-terrorist operation (ATO) zone in 2014. Zaza Buadze directed the film. Inspired by the diaries of the National Guardsman Sergiy Bashkov with a call sign “Indian” and stories told by the fighters of ATO, Sergiy Dzyuba and Artemiy Kirsanov wrote the script. Oleg Shulga had the leading role in the movie.

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As it was reported, The Distant Barking of Dogs, the documentary about Donbas conflict has been shortlisted for the Oscar award.

Earlier, Ukrainian film “Volcano” won the main prize of the 23rd edition of International Cinema Festival in Rabat, Morocco.

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