Feature Film, Ukrainian (Sorted by US Box Office Ascending)
1. Swan Lake: The Zone (1990)
96 min | Drama
This film tells what it was like to live in the USSR with brutal reality. A convict is forced to hide within a model of a hammer and sickle. Here a tragic romance ensues between the convict and woman worker.
Votes: 121 | Gross: $0.03M
2. Ivan (1932)
83 min | Drama
A young farmer and his lazy father try to help with the construction of the Dniprohes, but he learns that strength is not enough for a worker and joins the Communist party.
3. Natalka Poltavka (1936)
71 min | Musical, Romance
Ukrainian girl Natalka, daughter of poor widow Terpeliha, pants for favorite Peter that searches for itself and Natalka happy fate on strange land. Once the Elective comes in the house of ... See full summary »
10. Za dvoma zaytsiamy (1961)
77 min | Comedy, Musical
Madcap comedy set in early 20th century Kiev about a barber whose fondness for drink, gambling, and women lead to bankruptcy. He marries an ugly rich woman to solve his financial woes, but pines for a virtuous beauty who despises him.
12. Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors (1964)
97 min | Drama, Music, Romance
A timeless Carpathian story - the young Ivan falls in love with the daughter of his father's killer among the Hutsul people of Ukraine.
15. Holod 33 (1991)
115 min | Drama, History
This film looks at the artificial famine of 1932-33 in Ukraine through the eyes of a single family. The famine, which killed millions of people, was the result of a Soviet policy intended ... See full summary »
20. Vechir na Ivana Kupala (1968)
71 min | Drama, Fantasy, Mystery
Piotr is a modest farmhand living in an impoverished village in some unspecified long ago era. He wants to marry the lovely Pidorka, but her stern father won't hear of it. Luckily, the ... See full summary »
23. The White Bird Marked with Black (1971)
99 min | Drama, War
Colourful 'optimistic tragedy' of a poor family in Ukraine, living in the Carpathian mountains near the Romanian border, during the Second World War. Five sons of the family make up the ... See full summary »
27. The Lost Letter (1972)
79 min | Comedy, Fantasy
A Soviet musical-tragicomedy film by Dovzhenko Film Studios in Kiev. The movie is considered a pearl of Soviet and Ukrainian cinema. The film is based on the novella by Nikolay Gogol.
33. I Shall Never Forget (1969)
92 min | Drama, War
A Canadian RCAF Pilot is shot down over the Ukraine. Here he is rescued and learns of the plight the Ukrainians face in WW2 in relation to both the Nazis and the Russians.
40. A Prayer for Hetman Mazepa (2002)
152 min | Drama, History
A Prayer for Hetman Mazepa unfolds during an interesting era in the history of Eastern Europe when Russia, under Peter the Great, and Sweden, under King Charles XII, struggled for power; the Ukraine was the pawn in the middle.
44. Mamay (2003)
80 min | Drama
Mamay draws on traditional Ukranian and Tatar folktales for its Romeo and Juliet-like love story and parable about chivalry and the struggle for freedom. Hundreds of years ago, in the wild ... See full summary »
46. Shtolnya (2006)
89 min | Horror, Thriller
Five students of the Faculty of History sent to the archaeological practice. Professor, head of the young seekers of Antiquities, tells them the legend that during the war the museum staff ... See full summary »
82 min | Horror | Announced
Theater and film actor, Mykola Veresen' dies on the set while performing the role of Ivan the Terrible. In the moment of death, his karma transforms into the bloody murderer he embodied, ... See full summary »