International Film Festival Youth2019-05-26 | views: 188
The 48th Anniversary of the Molodist International Film Festival will be held in Kiev during the City Day. May 25, 2019 - June 2, 2019
Film Festival "Youth" - the largest non-profitable film event in Ukraine and Eastern Europe according to the FIAPF version. Every year the festival presents more than 250 films from around the world.
The film-discovery will be a picture of the director and producer Billy Wilder "Some like hot" / Some Like It Hot (also known as "In the jazz only girls"). A classic Hollywood film starring Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon this year marks its 60th anniversary. The American Film Institute called the film the best comedy of all time, and the songs included in the soundtrack became hits.
This year, the Kiev International Film Festival "Youth" has received more than two thousand applications for participation from almost a hundred countries of the world. Of these, 495 films claimed the inclusion in the International Competition of feature films, 768 - in the short and 433 - in the student competition. More than 200 Ukrainian short films competed for the right to take part in the National Competition.
June 1 will be the presentation of awards to the laureates of the 48th "Youth", and on June 2, viewers will be able to watch films of the film festival.
The Cultural Center "Cinema Kiev" remains the festival center of the "Youth". This is where the films of the International Film Festival will be screened. Another official cinema of the festival will be "Butterfly DeLuxe". And the open-air cinema of the festival will be on the Postal Square.
The landmark event of the 48th Kiev International Film Festival "Youth" will be the exhibition of Hans Rudolf Giger, an outstanding Swiss artist and creator of the xenomorph image from Ridley Scott's film "Alien." It is Giger who is the author of Alien Design - the most recognizable monster image in world cinema. The exhibition will open on May 30 in the capital Dovzhenko Center (1 Vasilkovskaya Street) with the support of the Embassy of Switzerland in Ukraine.