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    Цей україномовний фільм, у якому використано рідкісні архівні фотографії, відображує сторічну діяльність і громадську  ролю української молодіжної організації Пласт (1911/12—2011/12). Створений на засадах скавтінґу, Пласт був збагачений українською історичною і виховною спадщиною.
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    Цей україномовний фільм, у якому використано рідкісні архівні фотографії, відображує сторічну діяльність і громадську  ролю української молодіжної організації Пласт (1911/12—2011/12). Створений на засадах скавтінґу, Пласт був збагачений українською історичною і виховною спадщиною.
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    Bereza Kartuzka - tells the story of the infamous Polish concentration camp in which thousands of Ukrainian patriots were imprisoned between 1934 and 1939. The film examines the political situation in the Western Ukrainian territories under Polish occupation between the First and Second World Wars. Events are portrayed through rare archival footage, historical photographs and commentaries by prominent historians and scholars. Duration: 55 minutes. Produced, Directed, Edited by Yurij Luhovy Directed by: Yurij Luhovy Narrated by: Paul Almond Music by: Roman Luhovy (Link to Promo)  http://www.yluhovy.com/MML/BK_Promo_eng.html
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    Freedom Had A Price

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    Freedom Had A Price (English Version) Before the First World War, 170,000 Ukrainians came to Canada seeking freedom and a better life. Thousands soon found themselves branded enemy aliens in 24 internment camps set up by the government. Freedom Had a Price tells the story. Between 1914 and 1920 about 80,000 Ukrainian immigrants were forced to register as enemy aliens, report regularly to the police and carry identity papers at all times. Over 5,000 were imprisoned in camps where the conditions were grim. Some died, many were sick or injured, and several were killed by guards while trying to escape. Archival footage, vintage photographs and the compelling testimony of survivors weave a human story hat has all but disappeared from public consciousness. The commentary of prominent historians such as Desmond Morton and Donald Avery contribute to this award-winning film.  Producers: Yurij Luhovy and Don Haig (NFB) Directed and Edited by: Yurij Luhovy 55 min.
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    Génocide d'une Nation révèle la politique moscovite d'extermination du peuple ukrainien. Le film se concentre sur l'épisode de la famine artificielle des années 1932-1933 en Ukraine soviétique, orchestrée par le régime stalinien à l'encontre de la population rurale, avec, en parallèle, l'anéantissement de l'élite intellectuelle du pays et la destruction de son passé historique. Il dévoile ce qui a été une des plus grandes tragédies du 20ème siècle, au cours de laquelle des millions de personnes ont péri d'une façon atroce. La version anglaise, Genocide Revealed, a reçu 12 prix internationaux. Ce documentaire se base sur des témoignages vivants ainsi que sur des documents audiovisuels extrêmement rares. Durée: 1 heure 15 min. Réalisé par Yurij Luhovy Producteurs: Yurij Luhovy, Zorianna Hrycenko Prise de vue: Adriana Luhovy Musique et mixage sonore: Roman Luhovy Rédactrice v. f.: Anna Tkatschenko-Osnowycz Traducteur v. f.: Serge Denko Expert-conseil: Jaroslav Rozumnyj Narratrice: Geneviève Bujold Voix française: Vincent Davy Voix française: Louise Latraverse Une autorisation est requise de la part de  MML Inc. pour la location, la duplication,  la vente, la télédiffusion ou sur internet   ou un visionnement public. Pour usage  privé seulement. Réf. Ver. française. 1009 MML Inc.
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    Genocide Revealed exposes Moscow’s policy of genocide against the Ukrainian nation. The film focuses on the 1932-33 man-made famine in Soviet Ukraine engineered by Stalin’s regime against the rural population,and the accompanied decimation of the national elite and destruction of Ukraine’s historical past. It reveals one of the greatest human tragedies of the 20th century. Millions perished. Winner of 12 International Awards. Produced & directed by: Yurij Luhovy Narrator: Graham Greene Voice Over: Jill Hennessy & Lubomir Mykytiuk Music: Roman Luhovy A license is required from MML Inc.for any rental, television or internet broadcast, sale, reproduction, or public screening. For home viewing only.
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    Genocide Revealed exposes Moscow’s policy of genocide against the Ukrainian nation. The film focuses on the 1932-33 man-made famine in Soviet Ukraine engineered by Stalin’s regime against the rural population,and the accompanied decimation of the national elite and destruction of Ukraine’s historical past. It reveals one of the greatest human tragedies of the 20th century. Millions perished. Produced & directed by: Yurij Luhovy Narrator: Graham Greene Voice Over: Jill Hennessy & Lubomir Mykytiuk Music: Roman Luhovy Originally, Genocide Revealed had 75 min and won 12 International Awards.  This educational version includes 2 different durations: 52min and 26min. A license is required from MML Inc. for any rental, television or internet broadcast, sale, reproduction, or public screening. If you are having an issue with a purchase, please contact sales@yluhovy.com
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    This film presents an instructional workshop on the art of baking and decorating a korovai at the Ukrainian Museum in New York City. It features Larysa Zielyk, a renowned specialist in korovai baking and ornamentation, and Lubow Wolynetz, an expert in Ukrainian traditions and rituals from pre-christian times to the present. With detailed instruction and colorful commentary, this film captures an ancient art form for posterity and is a must-see for anyone interested in esoteric wedding customs.
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    « Les Ukrainiens du Québec » raconte l’histoire de l’établissement des Ukrainiens au Québec, Canada à partir de 1891 jusqu’en 1945. À l’aide d’entrevues personnelles et de rares photographies, le film dépeint les deux premières vagues d’immigration d’Ukrainiens au Québec. Les pionniers de la première vague ont dû faire face à un internement injuste à Spirit Lake, au nord du Québec, durant la Première Guerre Mondiale. La seconde vague d’immigration eut lieu entre les deux guerres. Plusieurs immigrants s’installèrent dans la nouvelle colonie Sheptytsky, située près du lac Castagnier dans la région de l’Abitibi, dans le nord du Québec. Producteurs:  Yurij Luhovy, Zorianna Hrycenko Traduction:  Serge Denko
  • English language version: Recovery Room ‘Recovery Room’, is a feature documentary (75min) that tells the story of several humanitarian Canadian Medical Missions to Ukraine, organized by the Canada-Ukraine Foundation. Plastic surgeons with their specialized team of 25 Canadian health professionals arrive at the Main Military Clinical Hospital in Kyiv during 2014 and 2015. Composed entirely of volunteers, they try to make a difference in the lives of wounded Ukrainian soldiers, victims of the Russian invasion of Eastern Ukraine. They perform complex reconstructive surgical procedures resulting from sniper fire and explosions.
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    Second Chance

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    Second Chance is a documentary that focuses on Ukrainian orphaned children and the Canadian volunteers who spend their summers working along side them. It follows the narrative of first time Canadian volunteer and Film Director, Adriana Luhovy, as she learns more about the children and becomes witness to their strength and resilience. The summer camp organized by Toronto charity Help Us Help The Children (HUHTC) welcomes over 500 children, some with disabilities, to the Carpathian Mountains. The camp's theme and daily activities are focused on Ukrainian cultural traditions celebrated throughout the year: Easter, Christmas, Ivana Kupala etc. The children, at first seemingly quiet and reserved, slowly begin to trust one another, and open up to their Canadian counselors, forming a strong life-long bond. The counselors guide them, offering education, love and support, letting the children realize the power of their own resilience. For both counselors and children, this experience is life changing. Each day is busy with new activities: long hikes in the mountains, self-defense, sewing and computer workshops, psychological aid, large-scale concerts, break dancers, and many more. The children experience the most memorable moments of their lives. Preventative measures are also in place, in order to counter the heartbreaking statistics of orphaned children in Ukraine: currently 60% of orphaned girls end up being trafficked within the first year of leaving their orphanage, 50% of boys end up in jail, 10% commit suicide.
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