Eurofest: Cinema for Everyone
Eurofest: Cinema for Everyone
From 5 to 11 December, a film festival raising issues of inclusivity in society will be held in Kyiv for the first time.
A European film festival Eurofest: Cinema for Everyone will take place in Zhovten Cinema in Kyiv. The festival will screen films from Europe that address issues of tolerance and equality with a special focus on the potential of expanding cultural access to people with disabilities.

The festival features eight popular, festival-winning films from Europe. Each film addresses aspects of inclusivity—age, race, gender, sexual orientation and more.
All festival screenings will be in their original language and subtitled. Two programme films – Champions and Portrait of a Lady on Fire — will include an audio description track that describes key features of the film for vision impaired people, and special subtitles prepared for hearing impaired people.
5 December
19:00 - Champions
6 December
10:00 Eaten by Lions
free screening for elderly people

19:00 - Winter Flies
7 December
11:40 - Never Look Away

19:00 - Portrait of a Lady on Fire
8 December
19:00 - Eaten by Lions
9 December
19:00 - Gypsy in Space
10 December
10:00 -
screening for parents with children

19:00 - Sons of Denmark
11 December
19:30 - Obscuro Barroco
Be Anyone Photo Project
A photo project Be Anyone will also be exhibited at the Zhovten Cinema as part of the film festival. The project was created by the Kyiv flea market Kurazh Bazaar, it combines 46 different stories and its main purpose is to help people find their story among others, love and accept themselves and the ones around them.

The photos were created by photographers Roman Pashkovsky, Sergey Sarakhanov, Daria Shramko, and Ksenia Kargina.

You can find out more about the exhibition at the link.
Eurofest has been organised by Arthouse Traffic under the Culture Bridges programme, funded by the EU as part of its support for the implementation of the Association Agreement between the EU and Ukraine, and is managed by the British Council in partnership with the European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC) network in Ukraine.
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