Thank you all for your interest in short films about Mariupol. We had a meaningful and informative discussion about the current situation with Inga Pylypchuk and Ivette Löcker.
Moreover, thank you for your donations! With your help we collected €480 (from a ticket sale) and €215 (your private donations) and all proceeds donated for evacuation support and Tu.Mariupol respectively.
In times of crisis, CineMova believes it is even more important to come together as Ukrainians and allies against Putin’s campaign of terror. Therefore we cordially invite you to our next screening: a series of short films about Mariupol, a city that has recently been ravaged by the invader’s army.
We will be accepting donations for Vostok SOS, a humanitarian organization providing valuable aid in the Eastern province of Ukraine.
The films will begin at 18:00 pm on 19 March at Brotfabrik Cinema (Caligariplatz 1, 13086 Berlin).
Entrance price is 8€ for adults, 6 € reduced.
You can preorder ticket here.
About the short films:
Sad and funny, fantastic and realistic. This series of short films depict people of Mariupol before the invasion–– their everyday routines, the city’s urban spaces, and the dreams of Mariupol’s younger generations. These days the future of Mariupol is under threat as Putin’s army attempts to lay the harshest Russian siege the city has seen in Ukraine’s 30 years of freedom and independence.
After the screening, we will have a Q&A session with the director and screenwriter of the short film “Anya and Seryozha,” Ivette Löcker and Inga Pylypchuk. We will continue our Q&A session in the adjoined restaurant and bar of Brotfabrik.
3G Rules (geimpft, genesen, oder getestet) apply.
We look forward to seeing you all again!
Team CineMova. Ukrainian Film Community Berlin e.V. / Ukrainischer Kinoklub Berlin