Entertainment Guide April 6-15

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Editor’s Note: To see the full list of events, please check the calendar. To let us know about the upcoming shows, exhibitions, concerts, and parties, please send an e-mail to ls@kyivpost.com.


Electronic music party Cxema will shake the walls of the Dovzhenko Film Studio in Kyiv again. The lineup includes such DJs as Container, Stanislav Tolkachev, Potreba, Sasha Very, Ernestas Sadau, Jana Woodstock, Sasha Zlykh and Ponura. Check out Cxema to listen to music, see light installations by Blck Box and meet the craziest ravers.

Cxema (electronic DJ sets). Dovzhenko Film Studio. April 21. 11 p.m. Hr 280-400

A screenshot of the French war drama “Les Gardiennes” features the film’s characters. (Courtesy)

French Spring Film Festival

The French Spring festival continues in Kyiv with a film festival featuring five French movies. The program includes a war drama “Les Gardiennes,” a comedy with psychological elements “Jalouse” and a tragicomedy “Ce Qui Nous Lie” about three siblings handling a family business. The screenings will be in French with Ukrainian subtitles.

French Spring Film Festival. Kyiv Cinema (19 Velyka Vasylkivska St.) April 19-25. Hr 100-120. Check screenings time in the Entertainment Guide on pages 12-13.

Kurazh Bazar charity fair will focuse on the jazz theme on April 21-22. (Courtesy)

Kurazh Bazar. Jazz Only

It is the first time Kurazh Bazar focuses on the jazz theme and attempts to create the atmosphere of New Orleans. As usual, guests will find a lot of new or second-hand clothes and accessories at the fair. A food court will offer meals and drinks, and lots of jazz musicians and bands will perform on two stages.

Kurazh Bazar. Jazz Only (fair, music festival). Platforma Art Factory (5 Bilomorska St.) April 21. 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. April 22, 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. Hr 80. Free for children, retirees

“Inversions” exhibition is held in Kyiv until June 1 as a part of the French Sping Festival. (Mykola Bilous)

Inversions by Philippe Bertrand and Mykolai Bilous

Philippe Bertrand is a French photographer who usually works in black and white. Mykola Bilous is a Ukrainian artist who interprets Bertrand’s works in his paintings. Bilous adds different colors in his paintings and highlights a fixed point in the photo from a range of angles. In such a way, the pictures compliment the paintings, and they can be perceived either in pairs or as separate art pieces.

Inversions by Philippe Bertrand and Mykolai Bilous (exhibition of photography and paintings based on the photos). Tseh Gallery (69 Kyrylivska St.) Until June 1. Tue-Sun 2-8 p.m. Free

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