Docudays UA is Ukraine’s only International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival. The event runs from March 24 to March 31 in Kyiv.
I am happy to share that some of my photographs from Everyday Climate Change will be featured.
From the Docudays festival site:
“This year’s topic of the program DOCU/ART was ‘Illusions of Genre’. These films not only told the stories of artistic people, but they are also experiments in the realm of nonfictional cinema. DOCU/TECHNO had screened documentaries that show our surroundings through the lens of these new technologies that have become the heroes of our time. This year we have extended the target age for our audience, and to mark this change we have even invented a new name for the program: DOCU/YOUNG. It is a program of documentary films for teenagers, which includes a collection of short films and two features. For the Docudays UA film festival Tue Steen Muller put together a special program HIGH FIVE FROM DENMARK where he combined the best Danish films of different years to represent the evolution of documentary filmmaking in his country: from Jørgen Leth, the teacher of Lars von Trier, to the young directors who practice selfie-films. Also True/False Film Fest’s programmer Pamela Cohn selected three of the festival’s best films for this year’s program of Docudays UA – TRUE/FALSE PRESENTS.”
For more information about this incredible event, click here.