The Association of Ukrainian Organizations in Estonia, within the framework of the Ukrainian Film Club, supported by the Embassy of Ukraine, presents KinoFF in Kohtla-Järve.
The first day of the festival will take place 7 November at Café Croissant.
Address: Järveküla tee 79a, Kohtla-Järve, 30325 Ida-Viru maakond
14:00 Multimedia Day for kids
Language - Estonian, Russian
15:30 Short film programme "Bygone Days" (90 min.)
Language - Ukrainian, Russian
Ukrainian teen filmmakers recall a warm cosy past that is no longer available...
17:30 Documentary film "Malevich" (Directed by Volodymyr Lutskiy, Ukraine-Italy, 2019, 90 min)
Language - Ukrainian, Russian, Polish. Subtitles - English.
This film tells us the story about a well-known artist Kazymir Malevich and his influence on art of the twentieth century. The main purpose of film is to show and explore the Ukrainian origin of Malevich, the influence of Ukrainian culture on his personality and directly on his creativity, and also to return the name of Malevich to Ukrainian culture. The viewer have a unique opportunity to see a screenplay of suprematist cinema, written by the artist in 1930, to see little-known archival footage with the artist, photos of his paintings with computer graphics, to hear the memoirs of his relatives as well as numerous art historians, gallerists and architects from Ukraine, Poland, Netherlands, Belarus and France.
The screening of the film is free
The film will be screened with the support of: