Two films about events in eastern Ukraine won awards at Sundance Film Festival
Two films about the events of the war in eastern Ukraine, created with the support of the State Film Agency, won the awards of the main American festival of independent cinema Sundance Film Festival.
The Skhidnyi Variant reported this with reference to the State Film Agency.
The full-length feature film by Ukrainian director Marina Er Gorbach Klondike received the award for Best Director of the competition program World Cinema Dramatic competition at the Sundance Film Festival"
The film is a co-production of Ukraine and Turkey. The Ukrainian producer is the film company Kedr Film.
Simon Lereng Wilmont's documentary A House Mad of Splinters became the Best Director in the World Cinema Documentary Competition program.
The film is a co-production of Denmark, Sweden, Finland, and Ukraine. The Ukrainian side of the production is represented by the film company Moon Man.