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The Eighth Annual Cambridge Festival of Ukrainian Film

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Showcasing the best of Ukrainian cinema from its beginnings to the present day, the Cambridge Festival of Ukrainian Film features a selection of powerful new documentaries from Ukraine in its eighth year. This special event is held in proud partnership with DocuDaysUA.

“Maidan Is Everywhere” 2015 / Directed by Kateryna Hornostai / 36 minutes An intimate human portrait of the Maidan Revolution.

“The Medic Leaves Last” 2014 / Directed by Svitlana Shymko / 26 minutes Tanya is a volunteer doctor serving demonstrators during the bloodiest days of the Maidan Revolution. As an undeclared war with the Russian Federation begins in the east of Ukraine, she departs for a new front.

“Living Fire” 2013 / Directed by Ostap Kostiuk / 80 minutes A vivid and haunting study of shepherds in the Carpathians mountains, caught between tradition and modernity.

The films are in the Ukrainian and Russian languages with English subtitles. Reception follows the screening at the Winstanley Theatre, Trinity College.

This talk is part of the Slavonic Studies series.

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