Solidarity Screening: Oleksiy Radynski and Piotr Armianovski

Tickets €10
A screening organised by WET Film ( and hosted by WORM of three short documentary films by Ukrainian filmmakers Piotr Armianovski and Oleksiy Radynski. Proceeds from the screening supported Atelienormalno, an organisation in Kyiv which looks after 120+ patients of a psychiatric hospital, and organises workshops for artists with Down syndrome.
With a highly personal and intimate documentary approach, these three films depict characters, communities and landscapes in Ukraine, creating a bridge between the everyday and a broader political situation. Taking place in Kyiv and Donbas, they show individuals and groups caught up in bureaucracy, war and community; producing complex and subjective portraits of these places. The films remind us of the importance of documentary filmmaking in times of crisis and the necessity to make visible and keep traces as acts of resistance.
If you cannot attend the screening, but still want to support the fundraiser, you can support Atelienormalno’s Patreon campaign here:
Oleksiy Radynski, Landslide, 26’, 2016
Oleksiy Radynski, Circulation, 11’ , 2020
Piotr Armianovski, Mustard in the Gardens, 37’, 2018
Piotr Armianovski (1985) is a Ukrainian artist, performer and director. In his works Armianovski explores the themes of memory, the loss, social and symbolic constructs of everyday life. Since the war started in his home city of Donetsk, Armianovski’s work has focused on documentary. His films have received awards at Docudays UA, Open Night, and Moscow International Biennale for Young Art. He works and lives in Kyiv.
Oleksiy Radynski (1984) is a filmmaker and writer based in Kyiv. He uses documentary film practice to examine the relationship between people, communities and the city; his films have been screened at Oberhausen IFF, Kurzfilmtage Winterthur, DOK Leipzig, ICA (London), and S A V V Y Contemporary (Berlin), among other venues, and received awards at international film festivals.
Photo credit: a still from Piotr Armianovski’s Mustard in the Gardens