We cordially invite you to our next screening. We will be screening the documentary ASKANIA RESERVE (2019, Ukraine, 90′) by Andriy Lytvynenko. Film is playing in the currently occupied region Kherson. After the screening we will have a talk with a poet from Kherson – Nadiya Telenchuk and will collect money for the people in the region.
When and where: 23.06.2022, 20:00, Brotfabrik (Caligariplatz 1, 13086 Berlin).
Admission price: 8 € normal, 6 € reduced.
About the film: The narrative of the film centers around three characters with entirely different attitudes, destinies, and life goals. However, they share the desire to preserve life inside the largest oasis in Ukraine, which is drastically losing its uniqueness. The film tells the stories of three heroes whose destinies are intertwined in this sanctuary of wild nature. The film will be screened in Ukrainian/Russian with English subtitles.
About the national park:
Askania-Nova is the largest steppe wildlife reserve in Europe. It is located in the south of Ukraine, not far from the Crimean peninsula. Director Andriy Lytvynenko and his team tried to emphasize this unique beauty by making a documentary music film about how people and animals live here.
Link to the cinema in Brotfabrik: https://www.brotfabrik-berlin.de/kino-programm-aktueller…/
The raised funds will be donated to support Kherson Region in time of war. You can donate at the cinema or/and to our PayPal: firstname.lastname@example.org
CineMova belongs to Alliance of Ukrainian Organizations since the beginning of the full scaled war of Russia against Ukraine and supports Ukraine together with other Ukrainian initiatives.
We will be happy to see you all again in the cinema!
Team of CineMova. Ukrainian Film Community Berlin e.V. / Ukrainischer Kinoklub Berlin