RECOVERY ROOM 2018-02-22T18:36:31+00:00

Project Description

RECOVERY ROOM

Highly specialized Canadian Medical volunteers arrive at the Main Military Clinical Hospital in Kyiv, Ukraine, they help make a difference in the lives of wounded Ukrainian soldiers, victims of Russia’s invasion of eastern Ukraine.

Objective: Create a documentary to raise awareness about the current situation in Ukraine and the humanitarian Canadian Medical Missions who come to aid the injured.

Time frame: 2.5 years

Role: Film Director of a 1 hour 15 minute documentary titled “Recovery Room”.
WebDesign: Create a promotional website for the documentary, and also giving more information about the doctors and patients. (www.recoveryroomthemovie.com)
Videography: Filming in the operating rooms of the main military hospital in Kyiv, Ukraine.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Recovery Room: a film about the armed conflict between Ukraine and Russia
Adriana Luhovy et la jeunesse blessée d’Ukraine
Гість – Адріяана Лугова, кінорежисер
Award-winning documentary “Recovery Room” holds screenings

Recovery Room Facebook

Recovery Room

1 month 3 weeks ago

Recovery Room shared Canada Ukraine Foundation's post.

ANNOUNCING CUF'S SIXTH MEDICAL MISSION TO UKRAINE. PLEASE CONTACT US IF YOU ARE OR KNOW OF A PATIENT WHO QUALIFIES AND NEEDS OUR ASSISTANCE.

We are happy to announce our upcoming medical mission to #Odesa this coming May!! We are very much looking forward to working with our colleagues in #Odesa to mend the men and women who have so bravely been putting their lives on the line protecting the sovereignty of #Ukraine. Preparations are actively underway for our 6th medical mission of providing free reconstructive surgeries to defenders of Ukraine.

We are currently looking for patients who were injured either during the revolution of dignity or in the war in Eastern Ukraine who require craniofacial reconstruction or surgery on their upper extremities. If you are a patient who fits our criteria or know of one please call us at: 0979525032 or email us at: canadaukrainefoundation@gmail.com

В Одесі канадські лікарі безкоштовно прооперують бійців АТО та активістів ЄвроМайдану

У Одесі, 19 травня - 25 травня 2018 року канадські медики проводитимуть безкоштовні пластичні операції пораненим активістам Майдану і бійцям АТО.

Канадські лікарі спільно з українськими колегами проведуть операції на обличчі і верхніх кінцівках, а також займуться усуненням посттравматичних черепно-лицевих деформацій, дефектів м'яких тканин і рубців.

Будь-який бажаючий поранений може записатися на консультацію за телефон: 0979525032 email: canadaukrainefoundation@gmail.com

(Photo credit: Ada Luhovy)

Recovery Room

1 month 4 weeks ago

Recovery Room shared Concordia Alumni's post.

Recovery Room, a feature documentary film chronicling Ukrainian soldiers’ painful healing process, was directed by Adriana Luhovy, BA 10. Learn about Adriana experience and how her time at Concordia University shaped her craft. http://bit.ly/2JZ03s9

Recovery Room will be screened on April 23, 2018, at 6 p.m. in the John Molson School of Business Amphitheatre, John Molson Building, Room 1.120, 1450 Guy St.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1E3DR4aULmg

Recovery Room

2 months 1 day ago

Thanks for the great article Kalyna Kardash & Ukrainian Echo - Homin Ukrainy

Recovery Room

2 months 3 weeks ago

Recovery Room shared BCU Foundation's post.

On Thursday, March 22, 2018, BCU Foundation was proud to present the Toronto Premiere Film Screening of Recovery Room - a feature documentary that tells the story of several humanitarian Canadian Medical Missions in Ukraine in 2014 and 2015. Composed entirely of volunteers, the medical team shares their story as they tried to make a difference in the lives of wounded Ukrainian soldiers - victims of the Russian invasion of Eastern Ukraine.

"Recovery Room" is director, Adriana Luhovy's, first major feature documentary film which raises public awareness to the ongoing war in eastern Ukraine and its impact. BCU Foundation is proud to support Adriana and her team with the production of this film and is even more proud to have the opportunity to share her work of art with the wider Ukrainian-Canadian community and beyond.