The exhibition "Cold Faith" will be accompanied by an educational program: lectures and meetings with people from the world of cinema, who will be able to explain from different sides why we still believe in cinema and in cinematography. The exhibition will be held during July, 16-27.

Program of events:

16 July, Sunday, 4 p.m.

Lecture by Andrei Alferov
Cinema: Watching to believe, believe to watch
Free admission

Andrey Alferov – film critic, film critic, member of the International Association of Film Press (FIPRESCI). TV presenter, has extensive experience in various media. Among other things, he was chairman of the 1+1 Media Editorial, the author and host of the "Underground Empire" program for 1+1, the "3stv / Movies" project; Author and presenter of the project "Cinema with Alferov" on Radio Vesti. Film observer at l’Officiel Hommes. Together with Pavlo Gudimov, he supervises the multimedia exhibition project Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors (on the 50th anniversary of Sergey Parajanov's masterpiece). Producer. Worked together with director Kirill Serebrennikov. The author and host of the show "Cinematography about me" in Fedoriv HUB.

July 17, Monday, 4 p.m.
Creative meeting with Volodymyr Yatsenko and Yaroslav Lodygin – producer and director of the Voroshilovgrad movie
Free admission

July 19, Wednesday, 4 p.m.
Lecture by Nadia Zavarova
Talkative Great Mute: how the silent movies gained the love of the audience
Free admission

Nadia Zavarova is a film critic, film critic, editor of the "Cinema" section of the magazine Program coordinator and selector of international film festivals. Author of numerous publications in the domestic and foreign press devoted to the history and theory of cinema. Her research interests include studying the Golden Age of Hollywood, Italian cinema and the development of modern cinema.

July 21, Friday, 4 p.m.
Public Talk with Marysia Nikityuk
To shot only what you like. A risky area
Free admission

Marysia Nikitiuk is a scriptwriter, director of short films. Writes screenplays, novels, theatre plays. Scripted scenarios for short films Gaudi, Alcoholics, Angel of Death, Listopad, Sashinka, Mama-Poppins, Plague, The Premise, Apple, In the trees, Mandragora. Full-length projects: When the Trees are Falling, Samsara. Dream of the Butterfly, Brother Deer. Films scripted by Marysia Nikityuk participated in prestigious international festivals in Locarno, Clermont-Ferrand, in The Golden Apricot, the Odessa International Film Festival and others. In April 2016 she published her own book The Abyss (stories of the Day of Judgment).

ART-OIFF programme will happen thanks to UART Foundation for Cultural Diplomacy