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Polish Film Institute grants funds to Ukrainian director Sentsov

07.04.2020 11:00
Ukrainian director Oleg Sentsov’s feature film “Rhino” is on a list of eight international projects that have received grants from the Polish Film Institute in the “minority co-productions” category.
Oleg Sentsov.
Oleg Sentsov.Photo: PAP/CTK/Katerina Sulova

Sentsov has received PLN 1 million (about EUR 230,000) for Rhino, which is a co-production with the Warsaw-based Apple Film Production.

Work on the film started in 2013 but came to a halt after Sentsov was arrested in Crimea in 2014.

Sentsov was subsequently sentenced by a Russian court to 20 years in prison on charges of “plotting acts of terrorism.”

Sentsov denied the accusations and said that the charges against him were trumped up for political reasons.

He was released in September last year.

One of the other grants, worth PLN 2 million, went to British director Jonathan Glazer, whose The Zone of Interest is a co-production with Poland’s Extreme Emotions Bis.

Glazer’s credits include Under the Skin, starring Scarlett Johansson.