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‘The Tribe’ Director Plans New Film to Be Shot In Chernobyl Nuclear Exclusion Zone

Miroslav Slaboshpitsky's new film, 'Luxembourg,' is to shoot at the scene of world's worst atomic reactor meltdown.

Inside ‘The Tribe’: How the Sign-Language Crime Drama Triumphed at Cannes

The Ukrainian film's director and star describe the project's challenges, from first nude scenes to shooting during street protests.

‘Koza’ and ‘The Tribe’ Take Top Honors at Vilnius Festival

Ivan Ostrochovsky's 'Koza' was named best film and Miroslav Slaboshpitsky was tapped as best director for 'The Tribe.'

Berlin: Directors of ‘The Lunchbox,’ ‘The Tribe’ Among Those Attending Co-Production Market

A total of 36 new projects from 28 countries will look for financing and production partners at this year's event

’71,’ ‘The Tribe’ and ‘Party Girl’ Among European Discovery Nominees

Spanish dramas '10,000 KM' and 'Wounded' also up for European Film Academy's best first feature prize

Drafthouse Films Nabs Cannes Winner ‘The Tribe’ for North America

The film set in a boarding school for the deaf won three awards in the Critics' Week section.

Cannes: ‘The Tribe’ Tops Critics’ Week Awards

The film, featuring a cast entirely composed of deaf sign-language users, took home three awards.

‘The Tribe’ (‘Plemya’): Cannes Review

Ukrainian writer-director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy's prize-winning feature debut must surely be the first movie about teenage gangs to feature a cast entirely composed of deaf sign-language users.