A family settles in a picturesque place. Next, a living monster grows next to their house: a 60-meter-high burning slag-heap, an ecological bomb. The fight for their rights brings them to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.
A 15-year-old girl is urged to marry to escape her family's persecution by a new regime. Told to her grandson, the story also reflects challenging hundred years of one of the most beautiful regions in the world.
Taras Shevchenko has been a cult figure for Ukrainians for around 200 years. His significance is being constantly rediscovered. The film depicts controversial views about him by Lesya Gongadze (1943-2013), a prominent Ukrainian heroine.
Myroslava, 90-year-old Ukrainian poetess and activist in Estonia known as Miroslava Butshko-Jürissaar, unfolds her turbulent and romantic life in verses, prose and music, resonating in souls and hearts of the young.
A man decides whether to accept a call to protect his country's independence in a new war. Joining a special intelligence unit, he is testing his destiny with allies and enemies with a slight but sweet chance for reward.
Water well is an image of purity of our souls. Last and frank memories of Ivan Chendej's wife bring us to "Chendej's Well", shedding some light on the forgotten screenwriter of the ... See full summary »
A family settles in a picturesque place. Soon, a mine is built next to their house. They say it will get them jobs. But, instead, they get a living monster growing next to their house: a 60-meter-high constantly burning slag-heap, an ecological bomb. The fight against it and authorities bring them to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. They learn how to fight for their rights, in the name of their children. Meanwhile, the EcoBomba keeps ticking.