On September 9, all of Ukraine celebrated the Day of Ukrainian Cinema. And Volia made a pleasant gift to all fans of Ukrainian cinema. With the help of modern artificial intelligence, specialists have modernized 61 films by Dovzhenko Film Studio, Odesa Film Studio, and others.
Now viewers can watch such well-known Ukrainian films as The Missing Letter (1972), The White Bird with a Black Mark (1971), The Rising Hawk (1971), The Forest Song. Mavka” (1980) and others.
“We use the most advanced technologies to provide our customers with the best products. In this project, artificial intelligence processed 97 hours of Ukrainian films produced from 1954 to 2013. In addition, in recent years, Volia has invested over UAH 10 million in Ukrainian dubbing. This is our contribution to the development of cinema,” comments Anastasia Ryzhenko, Head of Media at Volia.
“It is impossible to create new high-quality content without studying the history of Ukrainian cinema. And it is very symbolic that on the Day of Ukrainian Cinema, September 9, thanks to our partners from Volia, we were able to provide Ukrainian viewers with the opportunity to watch the classics in the highest quality,” adds Serhiy Horbik, Deputy Director General of the Oleksandr Dovzhenko National Feature Film Studio.
Volia does everything possible to ensure that viewers can watch Ukrainian films on modern devices. For example, on Volia TV, you can watch content on three devices simultaneously: a smartphone, tablet, laptop, or Smart TV. And you can do it anywhere in Ukraine.
In addition to Volia TV, movies will be available on Sine+’s own TV channels, which are broadcast on many networks across the country.