“We are different from other people. The whole world is happy preparing for the centenary of cinema. Instead, we are burying our cinema.” The things the modern Ukrainian documentaries keep silence about are being told by its critical wave of the late 80s and early 90s in excellent film documents by Serhiy Bukovsky, Israel Goldstein, and Heorhiy Shkliarevsky. These films has been gathering dust on the archive shelves until Oleksander Dovzhenko National Centre gave them the second life. Conceptual and ideological depth to the program has been provided by Oleksiy Radynsky, media activist, film critic, editor of the magazine Political Critique (Ukrainian edition).