|22.02. / Monday, 18:00 - 20:00 Theatre 5|
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|27.02. / Saturday, 13:00 - 15:00 Theatre 2|
The documentary starts with a panorama showing an empty crossing, still asleep. The early morning is the only time of the day when this place is veiled in complete silence. When the local bar opens, new clients as well as those who work in the street arrive. This is where entire families meet selling mushrooms and blueberries, an everyday activity of the Roma community living near the border. This is where they start and end each day. Intersection focuses on people’s extraordinary attachment to a particular place.
Dmytro Sukholytkyy-Sobchuk was born in 1983 in Uman, Ukraine. He studied Architecture at the Chernivtsi Technical College (2002) as well as Philosophy and Theology at the Chernivtsi National University. In 2013 he graduated from The National University of theatre, cinema and television of Karpenko-Kary in Kiev. During his studies at the university he made several short films, which were screened and awarded at different international festivals. He has been a member of the National Union of Cinematographers of Ukraine since 2013, has contributed to the documentary project #Babylon’13: Cinema of Civil Protest, and has organized the Ukrainian Script Platform Terrarium.
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