On Sunday, February 17, the Espero TV channel hosted the premiere of the documentary film "Olgerd Bochkovsky. An irretrievable spark of a burning bonfire of national consciousness".
The presentation of the film "Olgerd Bochkovsky. The lasting spark of a burning bonfire of national consciousness" took place in Kyiv.
The film "The Legend of the Carpathians" was featured in 150 cinemas in Ukraine, the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.
This was stated by the Chairman of the Committee on Culture and Spirituality, People's Deputy of Ukraine, Mykola Knyazhitsky, on Sunday, December 23, during the opening of the "Days of Ukrainian Cinema" in Verkhovyna. The film festival takes place in Hutsul region for the third time and will last from December 23 till December 25.
Residents of high mountain villages, where there are no cinemas, will have the opportunity to watch this year's Ukrainian premieres free of charge and to communicate with the creators of Wild Field, Fallen Wedding and other recently released Ukrainian films.
From December 23 to December 24, 2018, the NGO "All-Ukrainian Forum for Democracy", with the support of the State Agency of Ukraine on Cinema, People's Deputy of Ukraine Mykola Knyazhitsky and other partners, plans to hold the Ukrainian Cinema Days in Verkhovyna. The event is intended to enable residents of the region to get acquainted with modern high-quality Ukrainian cinema and popularize national cinema.
This was admitted on Monday, December 3, by the chairman of Culture and Spirituality Committee People's Deputy Mykola Knyazytsky during Ivano-Frankivsk exhibition opening "Dialogue on Fate and Soul" devoted to Polish philosopher Stanislav Vincenz.
On December 3, an exhibition "Dialogue about fate and soul. Stanislav Vincenz (1888-1971)" will be opened in the Ivano-Frankivsk regional lore museum, dedicated to Stanislav Vincenz, an outstanding writer, philosopher, the Righteous of the World, and the author of the book" On a High Polonyna". The exposition must reveal to the Ukrainian audience the figure of an outstanding Polish writer and philosopher.
In the Ukrainian Carpathians, the ultramodern Center for the intercultural Dialogue named after Stanislav Vincenz was designed and planned for construction. It will be built in the village of Kryvorivna Ivano-Frankivsk region.
In the Verkhovna Rada opened an exhibition about the Polish philosopher, who wrote the world-famous epic about Hutsulshchyna. On Tuesday, November 6, the chairman of the Committee of Culture and Spirituality, Deputy of Ukraine, Mykola Knyazhitsky opened the Ukrainian version of the exhibition "The Dialogue about fate and soul. Stanislav Vincenz (1888-1971)."