Film Troubadours: Scotland and Ukraine
Welcome to Moldova
The filmmaker Serhiy Pashchenko transforms the rather traditional footage of a family trip to the countryside into a dynamic film about distance. First the author films his son holding a ‘Welcome to Moldova' sign. The film’s plot soon changes, and the sign itself becomes the driver of the story. The film is also accompanied by the author’s voiceover.
All films of the programme will be available for viewing by the festival audience on a free basis without geographical restrictions. During the festival, from March 27 to April 4, new films from the Scottish and Ukrainian selections will appear daily at 10 am, each of which can be viewed for 48 hours.
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Film of the Film Troubadours: Scotland and Ukraine programme
The programme of amateur cinematography features shorts made in the period between the 1940s in Scotland and the 1980s in Ukraine. Each film is accompanied by comments by researchers of this phenomenon.
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