Monthly Archives: July 2008
Saturday morning, Petro and I set on an arduous mission. We had to drive to a military zone about an hour from Lviv and convince the officers there to let us film the ruins of a Ukrainian church which had … Continue reading
We were passing by downtown Lviv yesterday night heading home when we decided to stop for a while and take a few still pictures of the city at night. Wednesday evening, not many people are out on the streets. Some … Continue reading
A random saturday in the streets of Lviv.
During our fundraisers and film presentations in the US, when asked about our inspiration making the film, there is one story we liked to tell. One night, it was about 2am, Olia and I were sitting in a small dark … Continue reading
One day, we were sitting over coffee with some of Olia’s friend and a film director from Kyiv when we started talking about our film. The young film director remembered a joke he knew. In a present day Ukrainian village, … Continue reading
As I was trying to explain to our driver a few days ago, I found Lviv to be a wonderful city (douje harna Lviv). I absolutely love the old buildings, the paved streets, the moms in mini skirts walking their … Continue reading