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Ukrainian sports drama Pulse gets four nominations at U.S. International Film Festival

Source : 112 Ukraine

The premiere of the movie in Ukraine was planned for March 19, 2020; however, due to the Covid-19 pandemic it was postponed for 2021
19:31, 2 December 2020

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Ukrainian sports drama film Pulse received four nominations at the international film festival in Polson (Montana, the U.S.). The movie was nominated in the next categories:

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

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The jury has highly appraised the Ukrainian movie: “PULSE is an inspiring story of personal triumph, told with major studio level finesse on all counts. The film craftsmanship of PULSE is on display throughout, with solid visuals, music, production value, and near flawless on-screen performances from the entire cast. It's refreshing to come across gems like PULSE when reviewing dozens of films a month. FLIC 2021 official selections are announced in mid-November. PULSE is a top-tier contender -- and another strong indication that FLIC 2021 promises to be the best yet!”.

FLIC film festival (FLATHEAD LAKE INTERNATIONAL CINEMAFEST) will take place on January 29-31, 2021 for the ninth time. David W. King will head the jury as he the producer and writer with over 40 years of experience in cinema and TV who worked at such large studios as Universal, Disney and 20th Century Fox.

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Pulse is based on a true story, a promising young Ukrainian track athlete named Oksana might live in a small town, but she has big dreams – to compete in the Olympics. The premiere of the movie in Ukraine was planned for March 19, 2020; however, due to the Covid-19 pandemic it was postponed for 2021.

As we reported, online premiere of the Atlantis film takes place on Sweet.TV. It means that from now on, since November 30, the full-length picture is now exclusively available for all users of this service within their subscription, without the extra payment needed. Every connection adds the sum of UAH 10 to the Fund of Development of Ukrainian cinema and TV.

 

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