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MOLODIST: From Kyiv to Porto on BEAST IFF

Kyiv IFF Molodist will present the special prigram on BEAST International Film Festival in Porto (Portugal) The main objective of the festival is to promote young professional cinema, being the Competitive program represents movies of debutants and Ukrainian short movies. The main sections comprise student films, first short films (fiction, animation, documentary), first feature films, and nation


MOLODIST KYIV INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL FINAL PRESS RELEASE Molodist Kyiv International Film Festival is a specialized film festival of debut films with 6 competition categories. The 47th Molodist took place from May 27th to June 3rd, 2018. The 48th Molodist Kyiv IFF will be held from May 25th to 2nd of June 2019. On June 3rd 2018, the festival’s juries presented awards for the best films at t

The Winners of Molodist`47 Kyiv IFF

47th ‘Molodist’ ended. International Film Festival awarded the winners. The official award ceremony of the 47th Kyiv International Film Festival ‘Molodist’took place at the Poshtova Square. Head of Ukraine State Film Agency Philip Illenko, international jury members: actor Adrian Zwicker, producer Sergei Lavrenyuk, program director of the Minsk International Film Festival ‘Listapad’ Igor Sukmanov

Ecumenical and FIPRESCI Juries of the 47th Molodist KIFF have announced the winners!

At the 47th Molodist KYIV International Film Festival the Ecumenical Jury, appointed by Interfilm and Signis, awards its prize for the Best Student Film to Moment directed by Julia Tamtura (Ukraine, 2018): In only six minutes, the film shows the power of love. From the ruins of his house, a young soldier phones his mother and shares with her his belief in a hopeful and peaceful future. The prize

Winner of the Grand Prix of the 45th ‘Molodist’ Talie Shilom Ezer presented her film ‘Days of Mercy’

On June the 1st, winner of the Grand Prix of the 45th ‘Molodist’ Talie Shilom Ezer presented her film ‘Days of Mercy’ to Ukrainian public during the ‘Sunny Bunny’ contest. The movie tells about a love story of two girls - Lucy and Mercy. Lucy with a group of associates were protesting against the death penalty, while Mercy, by contrast, is on the other side of the barricades. It would seem that t

Molodist KIFF has announced the winners of Sunny Bunny competition program!

The Main Prize for the Best LGBTQ Film is awarded to The Heiresses by Marcelo Martinessi. “Confinement”, the word the director used to describe his film offering us a privileged look into his native society, the rigidity of its class system, societal interaction and mobility. This is also a film about two women who have built their life together within this structure. A film that when being prese
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