Chronicle

Back to Lviv
24 December 2018
On January 23, 2019, at 6.30 pm, welcome to the lecture by Stanislav Tsalyk and Oleh Chornyi "Michał Waszyński. Back to Lviv."

Michał Waszyński, a renowned film director was born in Kovel, and studied in Kyiv. He came to be a star of Polish cinema, and a producer of Hollywood movies. The film stars Sophia Loren and Audrey Hepburn owe to him with their screen appearances. It was in his film that the "Only in Lviv" song was first presented.

The story of Michał Waszyński is hardly known in Ukraine. An author and a screenwriter Stanislav Tsalyk and a film director Oleh Chornyi will offer a story about his life and the fragments from his forgotten films.

The event will take place as part of the [un]archiving program of the Urban Media Archive at the Center for Urban History.

Oleh Chornyi is a Ukrainian film director, screenwriter, and media artist. A graduate of Karpenko Karyi Institute (1985, course of V.Denysenko, M.Mashchenko) majoring in “film making and TV-series making.” Member of the National Union of Film Makers of Ukraine, member of the Ukrainian Academy and the Nomadic University for Art, Philosophy and Enterprise in Europe. The short feature films he made, art videos, short and full-length documentaries have been multiple times presented at various festivals in Ukraine and internationally, as well as awarded. 

Stanislav Tsalyk is a Ukrainian author, screenwriter, ВВС history writer. Graduated from the All-Russian State Institute of Cinematography (1996, screenwriting workshop by prof. V. K. Chernykh). A prize winner of the Ivan Mykolaychuk “Kyiv” award in the area of film art. Member of the Ukrainian Film Academy, of the National Union of Film Makers of Ukraine, of the Association of European Journalists. He works in the genre of documentaries. He writes his texts in Ukrainian, Russian, Polish, and English.  

[un]Archiving is the project of informal presentations of sets and collections of the Urban Media Archive to promote and mainstream the problems of archival heritage in the community. We are committed to shape new attitudes on archiving and present historical collections in an unusual perspective. The events from the series include public viewing and listening to visual, audiovisual, or audio pieces that could use a different format from academic settings and create an atmosphere of free reflection and discussion, as well as combine popular formats and archival historical collections. It will be the nights of cine-music or photo-music, film screenings, photo presentations, and other events representing a dialogue of the present day and the past times.