Two Ukrainian films are among the winners of Cleveland International Film Festival
The feature-length documentary film “20 Days in Mariupol” by Ukrainian journalist, writer, and director Mstyslav Chernov became one of the winners of the 47th Cleveland International Film Festival.
The documentary about the blockade of Mariupol and the crimes of the Russians received a prize in the “Standing Up” category, where films about important social events, activism, and the fight for justice compete.
Also, among the winners is the feature film “Pamfir” by Dmytro Suholytkyy-Sobchuk. It won in the category “Films from Central and Eastern Europe”. The movie tells the story of the eponymous Pamfir, a family man returning to his village after traveling far away to earn a living for his wife and son.
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