90 Years From Holodomor Film Showing

90 Years From Holodomor Film Showing

Ukrainian histories, literature and language. Celebrating Ukrainian culture and identity from Holodomor in 1932–1933 to present. An animated documentary based on interviews in Ukraine, August 2023.


Christine Popovich Program Manager and Nazar Danylkiv Director
School of Ukrainian Language and Culture, Ukrainian Catholic University.

Mila Potapova Producer

Annete Sagal, Katya Syta, Olha Syta
Cutout Collage Art Project

Yelyzaveta Taranukha
Ukrainian Language Teacher

Yana Hrynko Head of the Exhibitions Department
Holodomor Museum Kyiv

Yaroslava Tkachuk General Director
National Museum of Folk Art of Hutsul Region and Pokuttia

Organization Name: Sara Nesteruk

An expert in motion graphics and research, she holds a degree from the prestigious Royal College of Art in London. Building upon her rich foundation in design as a trainee at BBC Broadcast, she furthered her academic pursuits with a groundbreaking PhD study at Leeds Beckett University from 2015-2022. Her dissertation, titled Recipes for Baking Bread, Exploring Stories from Holodomor, Ukraine 1932–1933, sheds light on the heart-wrenching tales of the Holodomor. With her blend of visual design skills and in-depth research capabilities, she brings a unique perspective to the remembrance of this tragic period in history.

Date & Time

November 28, 2023 at 3 p.m. UTC


Bury Art Museum
Moss Street, Bury