IGOR IANKOVSKYI FOUNDATION SHALL CONDUCT SECOND BUSINESS-LUNCH «MEET UKRAINIAN PRODUCERS» AT THE 70TH CANNES FILM FESTIVAL
On the 21st of May, Igor Iankovskyi Foundation and NGO «Initiative for the Future» jointly with the Ukrainian State Film Agency will conduct a business-lunch for cinema industry professionals «MEET UKRAINIAN PRODUCERS», for the second year in a row.
«During the last year’s edition, Igor Iankovskyi Foundation organized the first «MEET UKRAINIAN PRODUCERS» business-lunch, which was a great success among Ukrainian and foreign producers. Ukrainian cinema was interesting to producers and directors from France, Italy, Germany, Lithuania, Poland, and Serbia and so on. As the result – several co-production projects with European producers started in Ukraine this year already. Such informal communication help our directors to establish useful connections and involve foreign partners to national cinema process», - told the representative of the Charity Foundation of Igor Iankovskyi «Initiative for the Future», Tagir Imangulov.
Furthermore, this year the Foundation will support again the participation of Ukraine at the Short Film Corner section. The Foundation will cover the demonstration of films and travel expenses of the group of young Ukrainian directors from NGO Modern Ukrainian Cinema, who has already proven themselves at home.
«Ukraine Is Your Destination» - this is the motto of Ukrainian pavilion. Under the festival, Ukrainian delegation will conduct a presentation entitled «Discover Ukraine» - describing our country as a cinematographic location with updated legislation, a set of modern services and industrial facilities. Also the pavilion will conduct presentations on the Festival Movement in Ukraine.
A film by director Sergii Loznytsia has become one of the 18 participants of the main contest of the 70th Cannes Festival edition. The picture is created in co-production of Ukraine, France, Germany, Lithuania, Netherlands and Russia. In order to promote Ukrainian cinema, the Ukrainian State Film Agency will disseminate a catalog of Ukrainian movies for distribution and international festivals participation and information on productive potential of Ukraine.
Charity Foundation of Igor Iankovskyi and NGO «Initiative for the Future» have organized many successful lunches and informal gatherings at international film festivals: in Berlin, Paris, Budapest, London, etc. Due to the organization’s support, young Ukrainian producers could meet foreign producers, but what is relevant is increasing number of projects in co-production. This is Igor Iankovskyi’ aim all along – to show talented Ukrainian youth, cultural and historical heritage, to develop Ukrainian cinema and get European and world audience acquainted with our country.
"Initiative for the Future" – is a Ukrainian Charity Foundation, founded by Igor Iankovskyi – a successful Ukrainian businessman, financier and philanthropist. Charities unite like-minded people in a common goal - to develop and implement educational and cultural programs in Ukraine. Activities of the organization are based on voluntary initiatives.
Since its creation, the Foundation supports talented young people from all over Ukraine, contributing to the creation of a highly cultured society. The Foundation has a strong international dimension, having successfully completed a range of projects abroad: in Belgium, Hungary, Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Germany, Netherlands, Poland, United Kingdom and the USA.
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