Aleksandr Balagura (Ukraine)

Oleksandr Balahura was born in 1960 in Luboml. He graduated from the Faculty of History of Kyiv State University. From 1989 to 1998, he worked as a director at the Ukrainian Studio of Chronicle and Documentary Films and TV Projects. He has been living in Italy since 1998 with his wife and three children. He is an independent director who has made over 20 documentaries, which have been shown at international film festivals in Kyiv, Paris, Toronto, Florence, Tagliacozzo, etc. His first independent work, To Our Brothers and Sisters (1990) won the Grand Prix at the Florence festival.


  • To Our Brothers and Sisters
  • Widowstreet
  • Three Tamles on the My Hand
  • Volodimir Ivasyuk. The Melody
  • From Green Things of One Fox
  • Messa eclectica (small)
  • Antologion
  • Pausa italiana
  • Le Battement D'ailes D'un Papillon / Wings of a Butterfly
  • Textura Lucis
  • L'intonazione del correre
  • Life Span of the Object in Frame
  • Loli Kali Shuba
  • Story for an Empty Theatre
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