The history of Ukrainian cinema and art was highly determined by the political cataclysms of the 20th century. According to Timothy Snyder, Ukraine was part of the ‘bloodlands’, territories of Central and Eastern Europe whose political tradition was built on the mass murders of totalitarian systems. Thus, like a kaleidoscope that shows a new image after every shake, each generation of Ukrainian artists changed their critical gaze and methods after every new political turn. However, a common value for the different stages of Ukrainian directors and visual artists was the idea of freedom and the struggle for it with tycoons, censors, or Russian occupants and against the erasure of identities.

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