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For those who couldn't make it to last week's screening of Jean Bojko's 
"Dai Boje" and Andrij Parekh's "Snowblink" and "The Dead Roosters," 
organized by the Ukrainian Film Club of Columbia University . . . copies 
of the films are available for purchase from the directors. To order 
copies, please contact the directors, respectively, at 
jean.bojko@wanadoo.fr and/or andrijparekh@gmail.com for further details.

Note: If anyone would like to see more of Andrij Parekh's work as a 
cinematographer, currently in U.S. theaters is "Half Nelson" (2006), a 
movie about an inner-city junior high school teacher with a drug habit 
who forms an unlikely friendship with one of his students after she 
discovers his secret.

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Ukrainian Minister, plus film today
Date: Thu, 21 Sep 2006 08:14:05 -0400
From: Diana Howansky <dhh2@columbia.edu>

The Ukrainian Film Club of Columbia University will open its
2006-2007 season with a new installment of its series “Ukraine: A
Cinematographic View from the West.”

The program will include:

•  Two short narrative films by New York-based director Andrij
Parekh and writer/co-director Sophie Barthes: “Snowblink” (Zymove
vesillia) (2004), and “The Dead Roosters” (Mertvi pivni) (2002).
Andrij Parekh, recently named one of Filmmaker Magazine's "25 New
Faces of Indie Film", is of Ukrainian and Indian descent. He
studied cinematography at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts (MFA,
2001) and the FAMU film school in Prague. He currently lives  and
works in New York, shooting features and music videos;

•  "Dai Bojé" (Dai Bozhe), a documentary by Jean Bojko and Guy
Chanel, 1994 (France). French-born Jean Bojko sets out on the road
to discover his roots in a remote Ukrainian village;

•  News from Ukraine: an update by Yuri Shevchuk, the Ukrainian Film
Club director, on the developments in Ukrainian filmmaking over the
summer break.

All films are open to the public and will be shown free of charge in
their original English, Russian and French versions, with English

When:    Thursday, September 21, 2006 at 7:30pm
Where:     717 Hamilton Hall, Columbia University, 1130 Amsterdam
Ave., New York, NY (subway train #1 to 116th St.)

For more information, please visit the Ukrainian Film Club’s website
at www.columbia.edu/cu/ufc or call Diana Howansky at 212-854-4697.

Diana Howansky
Staff Associate
Ukrainian Studies Program
Columbia University
Room 1208, MC3345
420 W. 118th Street
New York, NY  10027
(212) 854-4697

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