Liturgy of the Anti-Tank Obstacles
Ukraine, USA2022documentary13'Special screenings
Ukrainian reality is divided into two periods - before and after the war. In the nationwide resistance, every citizen tries to be helpful. Ukrainians change professions and adapt to wartime needs. Sculptors fabricate anti-tank obstacles in their art workshops. Just like the Terracotta Army, silent figures of Ukrainian personalities, angels, Cossacks, and multiple copies of Jesus Christ are frozen in anticipation of new creations. Craftsmen weld metal defense items for the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
- directed by
- Dmytro Sukholytkyy-Sobchuk
Born in 1983 in Uman, Ukraine. He graduated from Architecture at the Chernivtsi Technical College (2002) and from Philosophy and Theology at the Chernivtsy National University. In 2013 he graduated from the Kyiv National Karpenko-Karyy University of Theatre, Cinema and Television. He has worked as a painter at a local cinema, cameraman for TV and presenter on the radio. During his studies he made several short films that screened at numerous film festivals.
- Kostiantyn Kliatskin, Andrii Lysetskyi, Dmytro Sukholytkyy-Sobchuk, Denys Tokarev, Denys Vorontsov
- Serhii Klepach
- Daniel Lombroso (The New Yorker)