Kiev Polytechnic Institute
Anastasiia Tykha was born in Chervonograd, Lviv Region, Ukraine, on December 4, 1992. In 2010–2013, Anastasiia studied at the Kiev Polytechnic Institute, specializing in Publishing and Printing. In 2013, she was accepted to the Kyiv National I.K.Karpenko-Karyi University of Theater, Cinema and Television, majoring in Documentary Film Directing. She got her BA in 2016. Later, in 2019, she got her MA. I
n 2018, Anastasiia became a fellow of the Gaude Polonia scholarship program of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland. At the same time, she joined the documentary film department Doc.Pro at Wajda Film School in Warsaw. Since 2015, Anastasiia has been the director of the Babylon'13 project. Since 2012, she has been working in the Ukrainian film industry.
Love is the Law, short documentary (11 min.), 2015; 1st place at the Civic Projector Film Festival in Mykolaiv, 2015;
Woman in the Sun, short feature film (8 min.), 2015; participated in Gogolfest 2016 (Contemporary Ukrainian Cinema film panorama), Kinoshot International Film Festival in Cherkasy;
Sirius, short documentary (17 min.), 2016; 2nd place at the Civic Projector Film Festival in Mykolaiv, participated in Ecotop Film Festival (Bratislava), New Wave Film Festival (Sofia), IFF Kinosmena (Minsk), and in the National Competition of the Gogolfest Festival;
Diagnosis, 2016-2017, documentary series for Babylon’13;
The Beast, PSA (1 min.), 2016; Special Mention at the Molodia Festival of Social Advertising, Kyiv;
Point on the Map, short documentary (22 min.), 2017; the winner of Lviv Film Commission pitching, 2017; work in progress.