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2023 / 60' / Ukraine

An investigative documentary dedicated to the fate of children who suffered from Russia’s full-scale war unleashed against Ukraine. As a basis of our story, we take the fate of a child whose toy horse was found at the railway station in the city of Kramatorsk after it was hit by two Russian missiles in April 2022. Seven children died at the station then. Was the owner of the toy horse among them? Did the owner of the toy lose his/her parents? Our film will investigate this case to the end.

We will expose the most resonant facts about children who suffered from the war, track the further ways of those who managed to survive, investigate and tell what made up their lives before the war.


Screenings schedule:

17.07.2024 at 13:45, Oscar Cinema, 1a Sportyvna Square (Gulliver Shopping Mall, 7th floor, Kyiv), 3 halls




Graduate of KDITM named after I. Karpenko-Karyo, film faculty, specialization — "video film direction". Upon graduation, he defended his diploma with honors. The thesis was first presented at the institute in the form of commercials. Since 1994, he has been engaged in the production of commercials, commercial films, and music videos. To date, he has already shot more than 80 videos, more than 20 clips. He worked on television. Channels: "MMC "Internews", "1+1 Media", "Noviy channel", "ICTV". Since 2000, he has been a producer and director of his own Propaganda House production studio.

Selected filmography

  • To Save Horsie (2023)

  • The best detective (2020)

  • Illusion of fear (2008)

  • Indian (2007)

  • Orange Sky (2006)


Producer: Viktoriya Burdukova

Screenwriter: Anton Bazelinskiy, Hanna Zhizha

DOP: Kostiantyn Vorobyov

Composer: Serhiy Stamov

Production: Ukrainian Producers Hub with the support of the Ukrainian Cultural Foundation


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