THIS IS A PLACE OF HELP FOR FILMMAKERS AND MINORITIES IN AND FROM UKRAINE AND ALL PEOPLE WHO ARE AFFECTED BY THE WAR.
Or via bank transfer: Filmmakers for Refugees, DE02 7025 0150 0029 8605 90, SWIFT/BIC: BYLADEM1KMS. Our COMMITTEE decides how and to whom the donations are given.
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With the great support of PANTAFLIX Technologies, we – Filmmakers for Ukraine – provide here the opportunity to help people in Ukraine by watching films from and about Ukraine. The revenue generated by the film rental will be donated to the NGO Filmmakers for Refugees and then forwarded directly to people in need in the Ukraine. If you have no time to watch or you want to donate more please paypal us here!
London, Saturday 26 November, 16:00. A discussion on the use of sexual violence in Russia’s war against Ukraine and what needs to be done to bring the perpetrators to justice is co-organised by the Ukrainian Institute London, Birkbeck, University of London, SEMA Ukraine, International Council of Polish Women+ and Cambridge Families for Ukraine.
Screenskills, the organization responsible for training schemes to increase the film & TV workforce in the UK, is joining forces with FfU for an event on Zoom aimed for Ukrainian film professionals. Here you will find all the details
SIBS FILM - Watch how a Ukrainian coffee shop became the stronghold of a great community - NOW on the FfU Charity Screenings!
Derek Johnson's documentary short film is a 15 minute confession pointing out the greatest strength of the Ukrainian people: their incredible sense of community
This website was created by Crew United Europe. Actually we connect people to make great films together under fair conditions. Now we want to use our experience to connect people to help people from and in Ukraine. We invite all institutions, associations and unions of the film industry in Europe and worldwide to support and help us.
In order to be able to continue to help with the most necessary things, we are also dependent on donations and are happy about every euro. You can donate via PAYPAL or via the bank via bank transfer: Filmmakers for Refugees, DE02 7025 0150 0029 8605 90, SWIFT/BIC: BYLADEM1KMS. How and for whom we use the money you can read here.
On February 26, 2022, Michael Maier flew from Germany to the Romanian – Ukrainian border. Since then, he has helped over 1,000 Ukrainians with accommodation, medicine, food, clothes and transport from Ukraine to Romania, Republic of Moldova and Germany. Michael has also helped orphans. In addition to all the big donations for the orphans, he helped transport orphan children to safe areas. One of Michael’s story is that he helped 24 children and a driver who had left Ukraine to arrive safely in another country. They went from Kyiv to Republic of Moldova and from there to Romania, where they
The team of Helping to leave works 24/7 providing consultations to those seeking help, guiding them through the evacuation process, and connecting them to the volunteers on the ground for all humanitarian needs. The organisation covers transport expenses, provides information, and arranges for counselling where necessary.We help Ukrainians affected by war – also those who were forcibly deported to the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine or to Russia. Donate and support Helping to leave.
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“Ukrainian Filmmakers in Greece“ The ‘’Ukrainian Filmmakers in Greece’’ project aims to create a community for the film industry professionals, to help and support Ukrainian filmmakers who are currently in Greece. The team behind this project, works with the support of the Embassy of Ukraine in Greece and also in collaboration with Filmmakers-for-Ukraine, powered by Crew United. ‘’Ukrainian Filmmakers in Greece’’ invite film professionals to fill out their form in order to be able to gather information about the Ukrainian filmmakers who try to find work and network in Greece. Find out more HERE “Ukrainian House” ‘’Ukrainian Filmmakers in Greece’’
DU sprichst fließend deutsch und ukrainisch, besitzt einen funktionierenden PC, hast gutes WLAN und Interesse an Dokumentarfilmen? Wir brauchen deine Hilfe! Für unseren Dokumentarfilm zu den Abhängigkeiten in den weltweiten Nahrunsmittelketten benötigen wir DICH, um die bereits abgedrehten Drehtage in der Ukraine zu transkribieren und die Übersetzung ins Deutsche korrektur zu lesen. Falls DU in der nächsten Zeit flexibel Zeit hast, schreib bitte eine Mail mit ein paar Infos zu dir an: firstname.lastname@example.org und wir besprechen alles Weitere. Wir freuen uns auf DEINE Mail.
The team of Helping to leave works 24/7 providing consultations to those seeking help, guiding them through the evacuation process, and connecting them to the volunteers on the ground for all humanitarian needs. The organisation covers transport expenses, provides information, and arranges for counselling where necessary.We help Ukrainians affected by war – also those who were forcibly deported to the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine or to Russia.
Fiction Director: Sharunas Bartas Genre: Drama Country: Lithuania, Poland, France, Ukraine Language: Ukrainian, Russian, Lithuanian, English, French Length: 132 Minutes Frost – Synopsis The young Lithuanian Rokas accepts the order to deliver a lot of humanitarian aid for the Ukrainian army, plunged in full separatist conflict with Russia. In the company of his girlfriend Inga, he will discover the horrors of war. After an episode involving a group of journalists living in a strange hedonistic bubble, this couple of travelers will go through a crisis that will transform their lives. With a story that navigates between disturbing silences and sharp
Documentary original title: Herr Pilipenko und sein U-Boot Director: Jan-Hinrik Drevs, René Harder Genre: Documentary Country: Germany Language: Ukrainian Length: 90 Minutes Mister Pilipenko and his Submarine – Synopsis Vladimir Pilipenko loves to be in his workshop. This is where he has spent days and nights for the last three decades, building a submarine out of scrap parts. In the middle of the Ukrainian steppe. The amazing thing is: The bright green vehicle works! At least in the local village pond. But Vladimir Pilipenko wants to prove that he can really dive with his submarine – in the Black Sea.
Fiction other title: Partenonas, Stasi Director: Mantas Kvedaravicius Genre: Drama Country: Lithuania, Finland, France Language: Ukrainian, Russian, Arabic, English, Turkish Length: 119 Minutes Parthenon – Synopsis In a cheap brothel at the foothills of an Athenian fortress, a man recounts the magnificent events of his life. His search for love and glory is retold and relived by many: a prostitute with an unredeemable past, a gangster haunted by bad luck, an icon painter who has no faith… In one of the stories, the man finds his riches, in another he becomes a vagabond prophet, in yet another he returns home