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  • Freedom or Death! documentary film

    A trailer for the documentary film “Freedom or Death” which highlights events in Ukraine in 2013-2014. The film shows how peaceful pro European protests in Kyiv escalated into a war with Russia.

  • Ukraine’s Eurovision entry aimed at Russia

    Ukraine has chosen a song about wartime mass deportations of the Crimean Tatar ethnic minority ordered by Joseph Stalin to represent the country at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Susana Jamaladinova‘s song 1944, performed under her stage name Jamala, was chosen Sunday night by a three-person jury and 380,000 votes from viewers of the country’s televised final […]

  • The Tribe – Ukrainian Sign Language Film Winning Praises

    Ukrainian film The Tribe has quietly been winning praise as a unique and poetic film. Winner of multiple 2014 Cannes Film Festival Awards (including the coveted Critics’ Week Grand Prix), Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy‘s The Tribe is an undeniably original and intense feature debut set in the insular world of a Ukrainian high school for the deaf. The […]

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    Ukrainians Impress on America’s Got Talent

    Tuesday’s performance of America’s Got Talent, Ukrainian dance team ‘Freckled Sky‘ received the Golden Buzzer from judge Howard Stern. Their performance was breathtaking and inspiring. Freckled Sky consists of dance members Olga Sokolova and Jalen Preston and behind the scenes a whole cast of Ukrainians, partnered with Ukrainian company Front Pictures. Most notably director Oleg Bodnarchuk. Look […]

  • The Ukrainian Insurgent Army – Chronicles 1942-1954 (Part Two)

    Part Two of a fantastic documentary from director Taras Khymych about the Ukrainian Insurgent Army during and after World War II. For those looking to learn about why the Insurgent Army formed, and why it fought for independence, this is the film to watch. Fantastic stuff. English version narrated by Edward Burns.

  • The Ukrainian Insurgent Army – Chronicles 1942-1954 (Part One)

    Fantastic documentary from director Taras Khymych about the Ukrainian Insurgent Army during and after World War II. For those looking to learn about why the Insurgent Army formed, and why it fought for independence, this is the film to watch. Fantastic stuff. English version narrated by Edward Burns. Find more great Ukrainian Documentaries here: http://documentary.org.ua

  • Sh*t Ukrainian Girls Say

    A little Throw Back Thursday clip to lighten the mood. Remember when these videos were a thing? We know it’s not representative of all Ukrainian girls, but its funny none the less.