Somnambulistic circus Ribera & Velazquez welcomes everyone to the show “Merry-Go-Round”, where shadows that escaped the Platonic cave turn the carousel in the foggy catacombs.
Producers: Ihor Dyurych, Liliya Mlynarych, Sergiy Nedzelskyy, Maxim Asadchiy
Director of Photography: Serhiy Mykhalchuk
Art Director: Svitlana Makarenko
Music: Oleksandr Shchetynsky
Ihor Podolchak was born 1962 in Lviv, Ukraine and graduated with distinction from the Lviv Academy of Fine Arts, 1984. Filmmaker, artist, creator of extensive projects in the field of visual art, laureate at 25 international art exhibitions in Canada, the United States, South Korea, Latvia, Poland, Norway, Spain, and Ukraine. Among 24 personal exhibitions, one bears the distinction of being the first art exhibit ever to be held in space, aboard the Space Station Mir, in 1993. The artwork of Ihor Podolchak is housed in 26 museums and public collections worldwide. His feature film, “Las Meninas”, premiered at the “Tiger Award Competition” at the Rotterdam International Film Festival (2008). The film has been screened at 27 international film festivals worldwide, ten in the competitions. The second feature film, “Delirium”, premiered at the “Director’s Week Competition” at the Fantasporto. Oporto International Film Festival, Porto, Portugal (2013) and awarded “First Prize” at Baghdad International Film Festival.
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MEMORY VI An Ostrich’s Eye Is Bigger Than Its Brain
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