Our trailer for the show “Wonderland” by Maria Jamborsky. Inspired by Lewis Carroll, the pièce is a breathtaking analysis of the contemporary modern cities. It was presented at ufaFabrik Internationales Kulturcentrum in Berlin.


A documentary about the reuse of abandoned former GDR buildings in Berlin. Narrated in the form of film-essay it gives an overview of the transformations of these spaces reflecting the reality of the city today.


From the suburbs of Donetsk to the separatists’ camps in Luhansk to the block posts in Mariupol and Crimea, from the wealthy estates of the oligarchs in Kharkiv to the still occupied Maidan Square in Kyiv, Postcards from Ukraine aims to represent a cross-section of the new generation of Ukraine. The film shows their values, dreams, and how they cope with the biggest crisis between East and West since the fall of the Berlin Wall.

After traveling all over Ukraine, Sieva – the director – focused on five young characters whose lives have been affected by the events happening in the country. Each comes from various cities and social backgrounds, giving the viewer a sense of how individually these people react to the critical decisions they face.

The documentary shows the referendum for the independence of the Donbas region and the national presidential elections, which were all factors that led to the turmoil in Ukraine. Also, it chronicles the moments right after the revolution in Maidan, to the beginning of the conflict in the Eastern part of the country, through to the revolution anniversary of featuring President Poroshenko’s speech.

And then, there is the influence of mass propaganda, creating the image people see every day, both within and outside Ukraine. This influence completes the context in which the five characters, as well as all the Ukrainians, move.



Berlin Winter 2014/15. A collective takes a former GDR restaurant in the center of Berlin and turns it into a place for techno Parties. They build everything to function like a proper club. Since the building will be demolished in the summer, they plan just five parties, each with a theme. From one side, the film praises the “do it yourself” culture. On the other hand, it focuses on the importance of working together for a goal, living the moment, and then moving towards new horizons.



And They Will Talk About Us is a documentary film about Sergii, an entrepreneur in military tourism, and Anna, an artist and a war volunteer struggling to survive and succeed in Ukraine.

Anna tries to help the people of the Donbas region by bringing them clothes and encouraging kids to make art and play. During a trip, she has the idea to make a festival in Toshkiwka, a small village on the border with the occupied pro-Russian territories. Anna tries to find the money for it, but her dream dissolves when meeting on a train Lesha. She falls in love with him and moves to Kyiv. After one year, Anna gets pregnant but has difficulties affording the medical expenses. 

Sergii is an entrepreneur who created a company that provides military tours for tourists. He brings them to the shooting range, where they can try weapons; he lets them drive old Soviet tanks and sells them tours to Chernobyl. The business grows exponentially, and Sergii tries to diversify his activities by working as CEO of a cryptocurrency application. This second project will not work out the way he expected.

diirector                                 Sieva Diamantakos   

writers                                    Sieva Diamantakos, Natalia Fentisova  

DOP                                        Sieva Diamantakos  

producers                              Igor Savychenko, Natalia Fentisova, Sieva Diamantakos

                                                  Petro Tsymbal, Volodymyr Yatsenko

sound design                         Mykhailo Rusakov

production companies         Directory Films / Blitzar Media / Artill / Fore Films

supported by                         Ukrainian Cultural Foundation

poster of the film and they will talk about us