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Delirium. Dir.: Ihor Podolchak
Ukraine, Czech Republic|2013| 96|Blu Ray (Global Cinema).
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Poland| 1980|98'|DVD (Retro: Zanussi).
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5 Yashwant International Film Festival 2015
To be held between 17 to 23 January
Mumbai: The Yashwantrao Chavan Pratishthan, Mumbai and Pune Film Festival, Pune in a collec-
tive venture and in association with the Government of Maharashtra have organized the ‘5th
Yashwantrao International Film Festival 2015’ from 17th to 23rd January 2015 at Yashwantrao
Chavan Centre, Mumbai. This renowned ﬁlm festival will be devoted to the senior music maestro
late Anand Modak.
The event will be inaugurated on Saturday 17 January 2015 at 5pm in the main auditorium of
Yashwantrao Chavan Center in Mumbai. On this occasion, two life time achievement awards, each
one in Marathi and Hindi cinema, will be presented. A super entertaining cultural program of 20
minutes will be performed here. The event will conclude on Friday, 23 January 2015 with ‘Yash-
wantrao Chavan: Bakhar Eka Wadalachi’, a ﬁlm based on the life of honourable Yashwantrao Cha-
van. Other character ﬁlms based on the lives of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Chhatrapati Shivaji Ma-
haraj and Churchill will also be screened here.
Five ﬁlms will be screened in each the main auditorium, Rangswar auditorium and cultural audito-
rium of Yashwantrao Chavan Centre on every day during this ﬁlm festival through the technolo-
gies like DCP, Blue ray, DVD, 35 MM, DG Beta. The ﬁlm that was accolade by ﬁrst rank in the Pune
Film Festival will be screened at the inauguration ceremony of this event in the main auditorium of
the centre. Overall, around 75 ﬁlms including Yusuf Shania directed Arabic ﬁlm ‘The Land’, Yusuf
Shahini directed ‘The Iron Gate/Caro Station’, Shahid Abdel Salam directed ‘The Mummy: The
Night of the Counting Years’, Jack Becker directed French ﬁlm ‘Golden Mari’, Jack Tati directed
‘The Big Day’, Jean Renoir directed ‘The Grand Illusion’, Robert Bresson directed ‘Pickpocket’,
Ukrainian ﬁlm ‘Delirium’ directed by Ihor Podolchak, Victoria Rampal Zurenko directed ‘Uncle
Victor’, Nino Jacusso directed English-German ﬁlm ‘Shana-The Wolf’s Music’ and Adilkhan
Yerzhanov directed ﬁlm ‘The Owners’ in Kazakh will be screened. The shows will include ﬁlms in
various languages and based on variety of subjects in different stratums like global cinema, retro-
spective, country focus, Indian cinema, Marathi cinema, student competition during this extrava-
gant ﬁlm festival. The ﬁrst show of every day will be screened at 10.30 am during the event. The
catalogue fee will be Rs 200 for Rangswar members, students, senior citizen and ﬁlm society
members and Rs 400 for others.
For entry passes of 5 Yashwant International Film Festival, ﬁlm lovers should present one pass-
port size photograph and any one document of licence, college id, membership card of ﬁlm society,
senior citizen card as an identity proof. It is mandatory for each ﬁlm viewer to be above the age of
18 years by 17 January 2015. The organizers have appealed ﬁlm lovers to come forward in large
numbers to enjoy this treat of international cinema in this festival.
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Fedir Aleksandrovych (left) and
Artem Ryzhykov at Columbia
Filmmakers from Kyiv sharing
insights on the mystery of
Chornobyl catastrophe at
Reflections on the Ukrainian Film
Club’s First Decade: Interview
with Yuri Shevchuk
The events are held on the
Columbia University campus,
usually in one of the lecture halls at
the Department of Slavic
Languages, Hamilton Hall, seventh
floor. There are also off-campus
lectures/presentations in other U.S.
cities and in other countries. The
UFCCU has held screenings at
Rutgers, Ohio State, and Harvard
universities, the University of
Toronto as well as at non-academic
venues in Philadelphia, Edmonton,
Toronto, Chicago, Hartford, CT,
Yonkers, NY, and other cities. The
Club offers its film collection and
expertise to facilitate film
presentations on invitation from
interested parties outside Columbia
University. Inquiries should be sent
to Yuri Shevchuk.
The on-campus events usually take
place every third Thursday of the
month at 7:30 PM during the
regular academic year with
Christmas and summer holiday
breaks. The events are announced
on this website as well as on various
internet mailing lists, Brama, in the
Ukrainian Weekly and at other New
York City universities such as New
York University, City University of
New York, the New School for Social
Research and, of course, Columbia.
Ukrainian Film Club @ Columbia University presents a New York City premier of a film that is
sure to haunt you
2013, director Ihor Podolchak, Ukraine & Czech Republic
Take a look at what you have always been afraid of beholding–
your own subconscious and deeply hidden motives of human
desires, stripped of posture and pretense. Or so the director
Ihor Podolchak would have you think in his latest psychological
thriller that is as fascinating as it is deeply disturbing. Delirium
is strangely beautiful in its marriage of image and sound that
makes human language superfluous. This innovative work by Mr. Podolchak, the enfant terrible
of the Ukrainian art-house cinema exposes new expressive capacities of film, sound, and human
speech–the media that many have taken too much for granted.
When: Thursday, March 26, 2015, 7:30 PM
Where: 702 Hamilton Hall, Columbia University
In Ukrainian with English subtitles.
Yuri Shevchuk will introduce film and lead the discussion.
The Zombie Woodpecker
February 24, 2014, New York, N.Y.
The Ukrainian Film Club at Columbia University held an event
with Fedir Aleksandrovych and Artem Ryzhykov, two Ukrainian
crew members of the feature documentary "The Russian
Woodpecker", dir. Chad Gracia, US-UK-Ukraine coproduction,
which has just been awarded the Grand Jury Prize in the World
Cinema Documentary category at the hugely prestigious
Sundance Film Festival and is headed for theatrical release and
distribution in the U.S. in the near future. Mr. Aleksandrovych
conceived the idea of the film and appear as the narrator in it.
Mr. Ryzhykov is its cinematographer.
In their most recent discussion of the critically-acclaimed The
Russian Woodpecker, filmmaker Fedir Aleksandrovich and
cinematographer Artem Ryzhykov wholeheartedly presented
the backstory to their impassioned art, becoming one step
closer to cementing their selves with their work forever as their
audience grows bigger. Their presence was anything but
pretentious, nor was it projected in controlled tempos of self-
promotion. Both are young, and placidly believe that their "version of what happened" will
remain a mere version until the international community pursues an objective investigation.
Secrets of "The Russian Woodpecker": Columbia Discussion with Crew of the
February 22, 2015, New York, N.Y.
On February 19th, the Columbia University community had a
unique opportunity to talk with two members of the team
behind the winner of the 2015 Sundance Film Festival's
prestigious World Cinema Jury Prize for a documentary feature
- "The Russian Woodpecker." Fedir Aleksandrovych, a theatrical
artist and the documentary's main figure, and Artem Ryzhykov,
the cinematographer, were present to discuss the film's
conception, research, and other behind-the-scenes details.
"The Russian Woodpecker" follows Fedir's investigation into the
events of the Chornobyl nuclear accident, prompted by chatter
on Russian message-boards and social media about the real
cause of the disaster being tied up in some shadowy
conspiracy. These theories lead the documentary team to discover the existence of the enormous
"Duga-3" radar system--nicknamed the "Russian Woodpecker," for the tapping sounds it
generated--built by the Soviet Union within 7 kilometers of the Chornobyl reactor. Intriguingly,
the existence of the Duga-3, now inside the Chornobyl exclusion zone, is almost completely
unheard-of in Ukrainian society, and many people present at the discussion, including Dr.
Shevchuk, expressed their surprise at this revelation. Despite standing 150 meters tall and
spanning a full kilometer in length, the "Woodpecker," supposedly built as a first-warning system
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Gatunek: Film dramat
Re"yser: Ihor Podolchak, Dean Karr
Scenariusz: Ihor Podolchak
Produkcja: Ukraina, 2008
Obsada: Mykola Veresen, Lyubov Tymoshevska,
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