Rock’n’Ball is slightly sad, but still a comedy

Rock’n’Ball, directed by Dmitry Pryhodko,  is quality stuff - especially if you compare it to the rest of Ukrainian movies. There are many jokes,  a good gulp of self-irony - something that made the film go very well with the audience. The biggest asset to the film is  Polish actor Tomasz Sobchak and his natura charisma ss.Read the review in full here:


Full media report: Rock'n'Ball Premiere

Over 60 journalists attended the premiere of Rock'n'Ball in Kyiv, Ukraine on October 27, 2011. 


Ukraine’s #1 media portal: All praise for the director of ROCK’N’BALL

Telekritika, Ukraine’s #1 media portal, interviews Rock'n'Ball director Dmytro Prykhodko 


BBC Ukraine: Cannes film festival is a “boiling borsch”

S.M.Art Invest was mentioned  in BBC report on the Ukraine Pavillion in Cannes


With its emotional approach and young talent, Rock'n'Ball outplayed million-dollar films

Rock’n’Ball was the best debute presented at Molodist, according to


Rock’n’Ball rocks Ukrainian film industry

The premiere of Rock'n'Ball caused a major stir with 60 journalists covering the event.