A story of an official mission of an IAEA staff member in search for radioactive burials in the post-nuclear zone on the territory of the former USSR.
Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy graduated from the Slate Institute of Theater and Arts with a major in feature film directing in Kiev. His short films DIAGNOSIS and DEAFNESS were both nominated for a Golden Bear (2009 & 2010).
In 2012, his short film NUCLEAR WASTE won the Silver Leopard at the Locarno Film Festival and was nominated for an EFA Award. His first feature film, THE TRIBE, premiered at the Semaine de la Critique in Cannes in 2014 and won three awards for the first time in Cannes history: the Nespresso Grand Prize, the France 4 Visionary Award and the Gan Foundation for Cinema Award. Since Cannes, THE TRIBE has won 43 awards worldwide, including Best First Feature at BFI London and the Special Jury Prize at AFI Fest in LA. THE TRIBE won the European Discovery 2014 award from the European Film Academy and has been sold to 40 countries, including the US, UK, Japan, South Korea, France, Germany, Australia, etc.
In 2018, he took over the directing of TIGER, which is produced by Darren Aronofsky’s Protozoa. The film is based on the book by John Vaillant published in 2010. He is currently working on the development of RADIOACTIVE with FreibeuterFilm.
2014 – The Tribe
2012 – Nuclear Waste