National Karpenko-Kary University of Theater, Film and TV in Kyiv,
Andrii Lytvynenko graduated from the National Karpenko-Karyi University of Theater, Film and Television in Kyiv in 2012, majoring in film directing. In 2013, he studied at Warsaw's Wajda School.
Andrii has made several short films and was the author of the idea of the anthology Beyond Euro (2013, Docudays UA). He also participated in Ukraine_Voices (2014, goEast FF, Eastern Neighbors FF, Cinedoc FF, LET’S CEE FF) and Euromaidan. Rough Cut (Jihlava FF, IDFA, Artdocfest, Silver Eye Award Special Mention). He realized the Lab Dokutoloka project, an educational pitch session on modernization projects for documentaries. He was the Ukrainian producer of the film The Trial: The state of Russia vs. Oleg Sentsov (Berlin Film Festival, 2016). He also made the documentary Askania Reserve (2019), which received funding from the State Film Agency of Ukraine (Docudays UA Student Jury Prize, Special Pelicam Film Jury Prize in Romania).
2011 — Sign of the Invisible;
2011 — Kyiv from Dawn to Dusk (Poland);
2012 — Around the Circle;
2012 — The Road-wheel, feature;
2013 — Novica — Above the Sky, documentary (Poland);
2013 — In the Field;
2014 — Good Night, Kyiv City Council;
2014 — Military Boots, feature;
2014 — “Air Intelligence”, internet video;
2015 — Dnipropetrovsk: Again and Forever;
2016 — “Internally Displaced Persons — Upwards No Matter What”, 12 min., documentary;
2017 — “Science Will Win!”, 12 min., documentary;
2017 — Vattenti, Ukraine and Italy;
2018 — Askania Reserve.