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"Dovbush", "I, Nina", "Life on the edge": announced the longlist of the

Longlist of the “Golden Dziga” award

The Ukrainian Film Academy announced the longlist of the eighth “Golden Dzyga” film award. 50 works will take part in the selection: ten full-length feature films, 12 full-length documentaries, 14 short films, four animated films and ten TV series.

The list of films was published on the website of the Ukrainian Film Academy on March 25. Radio Maximum reports who made it to the award's longlist.

The long list of candidate films for the Eighth National Film Award “Zolota Dziga”:

Feature feature film:

  • “Father”, prod. and director Oleksandr Kobzar
  • “Dovbush”, prod. Maksym Asadchy, Danylo Bilak, director. Oles Sanin
  • “Kings of rap”, prod. Dmytro Minzyanov, director Myroslav Latyk
  • “La Palisiade”, prod. Valery Sochivets, Sashko Chubko, Halyna Kryvorchuk, directed by Philip Sotnychenko
  • “My Carpathian grandfather, prod. Volodymyr Filippov, Andriy Suyarko, Alla Ovsyannikova, Oleksandr Kovalenko, directed by Zaza Buadze
  • “Lessons of tolerance”, prod. Serhii Lavreniuk, director Arkady Nepytalyuk
  • “Path of Generations”, prod. Mykhailo Uhman, director. Volodymyr Sydko
  • “SHTTL”, prod. Margarita Grebenchikova, Yurii Artemenko, Jean-Charles Levy (not nominated), Olias Barko (not nominated) dir. Adi Walter (not nominated)
  • “I, Nina”, prod. Yanina Sokolova, Yulia Sinkevich, Oleksiy Moskalenko, Oleksandra Ivchenko, Olesya Korzhenevska, Svitlana Yatsynich, director. Marysya Nikityuk
  • “How is Katya?”, prod. Olga Matat, Vlad Dudko, Serhiy Konnov, director. Kristina Tynkevich

Documentary feature film:

  • “20 days in Mariupol”, dir. Mstislav Chernov
  • “Bartka”, prod. Artem Golubev, directed by Volodymyr Bakum
  • “Evrodonbas”, directed by Anna Palenchuk, directed by Korniy Hrytsyuk
  • “Life on the Edge”, prod. Pavlo Peleshok, Yurko Ivanyshyn, director. Pavlo Peleshok
  • “Iron Butterflies”, prod. Andriy Kotlyar, director Roman Lyubiy
  • “From where to where”, prod. Anna Palenchuk, director Macek Hamela (not nominated)
  • “Star. Duma about law”, prod. and director Vyacheslav Bihun
  • “Ivan and Martha”, prod. Oksana Ivanyuk, director Serhiy Bukovsky
  • “King Lear: how we looked for love during the war”, prod. Polina Herman, director. Dmytro Greshko
  • “Infinity according to Florian”, prod. Lyuba Knorozok, director. Oleksiy Radynskyi
  • “Rule of 2 walls”, prod. Olga Beshmelnytsina, director. David Gutnik (not nominated)
  • “The Light and Shadows of Ivan Chendey”, prod. and director Vyacheslav Runner

Short feature film:

  • “70,000 years ago”, dir. and prod. Eduard Nechmoglod
  • “In Paris, nobody thinks about tomorrow”, dir. Andrii Kokura, prod. Andrii Kokura, Maxim Danielou (not nominated), Jules Charpentier (not nominated)
  • “Big Little War”, dir. Myroslav Latyk, prod. Oksana Ivanyuk, Myroslav Latyk
  • “Zyva”, dir. Vladlen Odudenko, prod. Volodymyr Yatsenko, Valentin Vasyanovych, Anna Yatsenko
  • “End of History”, dir. and prod. Stanislav Bytyutky
  • “Lullaby for a cat”, dir. and prod. Andriy Gil
  • “Shampur”, directed by and prod. Oleksiy Boryak
  • “How it was”, dir. Anastasia Solonevych, Damyan Kotsur (not nominated), prod. Piotr Stechek (not nominated)

Documentary short film:

  • “Voices from Bakhmut”, dir. and prod. Igor Babaev
  • “Guests from Kharkiv”, dir. Halyna Lavrynets, prod. Oleksandr Bratyshchenko
  • “Storks always return home”, dir. Gala Kozyutynska, prod. Ihor Babaev
  • “We will restore the trust of Kharkiv residents and provide high-quality service to residential buildings”, director. and prod. Maksym Khodak
  • “Under the wing of the night”, dir. Lesya Dyak, prod. Nataliya Libet
  • “Chernobyl 22”, dir. Oleksii Radinsky, prod. Lyuba Knorozok

Animated film:

  • “Zupinka”, prod. Olena Kasavina, director. Kateryna Omelianenko
  • “ Mariupol. One Hundred Nights”, prod. Andriy Palatny, director. Sofia Melnyk
  • “Mokosh”, prod. Anna Dudko, Oleksandr Shatkivskyi, director. Anna Dudko
  • “Orca”, prod. Dmytro Belinsky, director. Nikita Ratnikov

Series:

  • “Volunteers”, prod. Naum Barulya, directed by Andrii Burlaka
  • “Horyachy”, prod. Iryna Khranovska, director Oleg Turansky
  • “Friends”, prod. Akim Galimov, Volodymyr Moskalets, Ilona Grebeniuk, director. Pavlo Tupik
  • “My Cinema”, prod. Kyrylo Bean, director. Serhii Storozhev
  • “New Year's Shrebebert”, prod. Oksana Ivanyuk, Myron Latyk, director. Myron Latyk
  • “Carrier”, prod. Evgeny Tunik, Anastasia Bataeva-Dokalenko, Lyudmila Semchuk, Kateryna Shevelyuk, director. Evgeny Tunik
  • “Storage rooms. Eight stories”, prod. Vitaly Ye, director Kyrylo Bin
  • “Herd”, prod. Iryna Khranovska, director Dmytro Andriyanov
  • “Ukrainian palaces. Golden Age-2”, prod. Akim Galimov, Ruslan Sharipov, Stanislav Zurakhov, director-post. Daria Sarycheva
  • “Sturm”, prod. Iryna Khranovska, director Zaza Buadze

Members of the Film Academy have already started voting for nominees for the Eighth National Film Award, which will last until May 6. Nominees of “Golden Dzyga” 21 nominations will be announced no later than May 13. The names of the winners of the VIII Film Award will be announced in June 2024.

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