Pamfir wants to be a decent family man, but challenged by the circumstances he is forced to give up honest breadwinning to help his family.
The Biblical story of Abraham is put in a setting of a Ukrainian national carnival Malanka according to the canons of the Greek tragedy with the elements of Western and Detective.
WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY
Ukrainian Cultural Foundation, Igor Iankovskyi Foundation
Torino Film Lab (Script & Pitch) 2016, MIDPOINT Intensive KVIFF 2017
The feature film "Pamfir" at the preproduction stage received the support from the Ukrainian Cultural Foundation.
The project of the debut feature film "Pamfir" by director Dmitry Sukholitko-Sobchuk became the winner of the first contest of the Ukrainian Cultural Foundation in the section "Individual projects" and received 498,510 UAH for the stage of the preproduction of the film.
Within the framework of the grant, it is planned to hold casting of actors, search for locations for filming and create a presentation animated teaser project. Carrying out of these works will allow to prepare a project for presentation in international markets and film forums, as well as to attract investments for direct production and filming of the film.
Director of the film Dmitry Sukhlitkiy-Sobchuk began the recruitment for the course of lectures "Terrarium. Scenario intensive ".
From October 2, at the "Zhovten" cinema lecture course "Terrarium. Scenario intensive” will begin. The course will last for three months. Classes will be held twice a week. The author of the course was the director and scriptwriter "Stargist" Dmitry Sukholitky-Sobchuk.
Ukrainian director Dmytro Sukhlitkiy-Sobchuk became a member of the European Film Academy .
The director of the feature-length feature film "Pamfir" and the founder and lecturer of the "Terrarium" script platform, Dmytro Sukhlitkiy-Sobchuk, became a member of the European Film Academy. He became the 35th representative of the Ukrainian film industry at the European Film Academy (European Film Academy). To mention that the European Film Academy, founded in 1988 in Berlin, annually presents the "European Film Award". The organization employs more than 3,000 European cinematographers.
A person who has worked on at least three films, has a successful festival experience and recommendations from two active members of the academy can join the cinema academy.