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Director Mstislav Chernov and performer Jerry Heil met in Cannes during the film festival

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar May20,2024

Director Mstislav Chernov and performer Jerry Heil met in Cannes during the film festival

Mstislav Chernov and Jerry Heil/instagram

Immediately after the performance at Eurovision 2024, the famous Ukrainian singer Jerry Heil went to the Cannes Film Festival. There, the actress met Mstislav Chernov, the Ukrainian director of the Oscar-winning film “20 Days in Mariupol”.

On her Instagram, Jerry Heil published a joint photo with the director and indicated that they met at a Ukrainian event in Cannes .

As the vocalist reports on Instagram, at that time a Ukrainian event will be held – a charity evening Ukraine Fashion Film Festival with the aim of raising funds to support children.

I was happy to meet Mstislav Chernov at the Ukrainian event at the Cannes Film Festival! I always dreamed that Ukrainian music would become part of the global industry. Now it is becoming a reality! At the same time, Ukrainian cinema is making its way into the world, – wrote Jerry Heil.

In particular, she told how much she is proud of Mstislav Chernov's work and considers his work invaluable and important for of cultural development.

Mstislav and his incredibly hardworking team didn't just win an Oscar – they shocked the world! It is necessary today, more than ever! I am sure that Ukrainian culture will unite the world with its authenticity, sincerity, and depth! Perhaps this is a test, but it is also a great reward to be Ukrainian at such a time, – the artist noted.

Already later in Telegram, the vocalist wrote how important any mention of Ukraine at the world film festival is. She called her presence in Cannes part of a huge mission, which can give pleasant results in the future.

I am incredibly grateful to him [Mstislav Chernov] and the team for the fact that the world now knows more. Cannes is a place where some come for contacts, some for fame, some for work. Which of them has business with Ukraine? In fact, everyone. If people get an impression, they share it with others. This is not just a challenge – it is a task of Ukrainian culture today. To be authentic and relevant at the same time. It is impressive and inspiring to talk about Ukraine, said Jerry Heil.

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It is worth noting that two Ukrainian films were shown at the Cannes Film Festival. Their shows were closed. DerzKino Ukraine reported that film critics watched Anna Buryachkova's drama “Forever-Forever” and Philip Sotnichenko's ironic detective “La Palisade”.

Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my 1-800-268-7116

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