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Victory in Right-bank Ukraine and the Expulsion of the German Invaders from the Boundaries of the Ukrainian Soviet Territory, 1944.

Original title: Pobeda na Provoberezhnoy  Ukraine I izgnanie nemetskikh zakhvatchikov za predely ukrainskikh sovetskikh zemel; a.k.a Victory on the Right Bank Ukraine (UK) 
Copyright: the Ukrainian Documentary Chronicle Film Studio, the Central Documentary Film Studio, 1944
Format: documentary feature
Carrier: DVD
Color: black-and-white
Length:            61"; 7 p., 1690
Original language: Russian
English subtitles: yes

Film crew
Director: Oleksander Dovzhenko and Yulia Solntseva
Script writer: Yulia Solntseva and A. Kuznetsov
Author of narration: Oleksander Dovzhenko
Narrator: Leonid Khmara
Cinematographer: Kostiantyn Bohdan, Boris Vakar, N. Vikhirev, Volodymyr Voitenko, Izrail Goldshtein, V. Dobronitsky, D. Ibragimov, P. Kasatkin, Isaak Katsman,  Oleksander Kovalchuk,  A. Krichevsky,  Yuli Kun, K. Kutub-Zade, A. Laptiy, G. Mogilevsky, Veltin Orliankin, M. Otsep, Pavel Rusanov, A. Semin, A. Sof’in, Mykola Topchiy, D. Sholomovich (more than forty cameramen who shot combat operations)
Original music: G. PopovSound editors: V. Kotov, Ye Kashkevich
Conductor: N. Anosov

Synopsis
The film documents the events (1943-44) of the Second World War that led to the Soviet recapture of Right Bank Ukraine from the Germans. Scenes include: the crossing of the Dnipro River at Pereyaslav, Kremenchuk, and Vyshhorod; the Soviet recapture of Kyiv, L’viv, and the Ukrainian Carpathian mountain range.

Ukrainian Film Club of Columbia University© 2014. For more information please contact Yuri Shevchuk