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Divia by Dmytro Hreshko

edition 2022


Urbanization and industrialization adversely affect living conditions, so it's time to pay attention to nature and its ecological state. The country's current environmental problems have been dramatically deepened by Russia's war with Ukraine. The film will be based on the conflict between virgin nature and the forces of urbanization and industrialization, and the consequences of war. We will present two conceptual forms: nature not subjected to anthropogenic impact (especially protected areas) and urbanized areas, industrial areas, sites of military operations damaged by war, significantly affecting the state of the country's natural environment.


Dmytro Hreshko


› In 2018, he began studying and making documentaries
› In 2020, he graduated from the Indie Lab documentary film school (Kiev).


› "Between the Sky and the Mountains" (2021) is a feature-length documentary film;

› "Save Me, Doctor!" (2020) – a short documentary film; best Ukrainian film at Wiz Art Film Festival, special jury prize at Molodist Film Festival

› "Snow Leopards of the Carpathians" (2019) – a documentary film for the Ukrainian Public Television Suspilne;

› "66 Scenes of Uzhhorod" (2018) – a medium-length documentary.