Tuesday, November 23

Ukraine will present its film locations at an exhibition in London.

 FOCUS – one of the leading world events dedicated to promoting film locations and production services from around the world – will take place in London from December 7 to 10 December 2021. The main visitors are producers, directors, location scouts and other professionals in the film industry from around the world. Ukraine has been a regular member of FOCUS since 2018, and after the quarantine break returns to London live with a stand to present the site catalog of locations. An offline stand will represent Ukraine on December 7-8, a digital stand on December 7-10 and a presentation within the official program, which will also be broadcast online on the FOCUS digital platform.

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