Children’s films in Ukrainian on the New Horizons VOD platform

    Kids Kino has released a collection of films and series in Ukrainian. The collection is available on the NH VOD Kids Kino platform and it is regularly extended and updated. We begin with three series for children, a wildlife documentary, and film festival winners loved by children around the world. We are going to add new productions to the list soon. The films are available free of charge and without the need to log in. The collection is addressed to the youngest refugees from Ukraine.

    As an industry part of the Kids Kino IFF we would like to thank the representatives of Polish and foreign film companies for helping us in a process of creating the collection for Ukrainian young refugees in Poland. 

    We believe that films have the power to change the world and offer real help and encouragement in difficult moments. Cinema fosters dialogue and builds mutual understanding. This is why we wish to make use of what we know best and provide support to Ukrainian people in this unbelievably terrible situation of war. Our offer is directed to care centres, educational centres, public offices, foundations, preschools, primary schools, and all other interested institutions. 

    We have prepared a collection of children’s feature films and series in the Ukrainian language. Titles are available for free, without logging in or registering on the platform: nowehoryzonty.pl/ukraina. We hope they will be able to cheer up the youngest refugees from Ukraine that we are currently hosting in our homes in Poland. 

    The NH VOD platform is available only in the territory of Poland. The list will be gradually extended by new titles.

    Many thanks to our partners: Copenhagen BombayKAZstudioGutek FilmREinventGS AnimationLetkoBadi BadiAnimoonRoboto SoundStudio Publishing BMUchostudioStudio ZETGood4Frame S.C. Thanks for the preparation of vod in the Ukrainian version go to Jakub Królikowski (Pracownia Pakamera) and Multiversal.

    More information in English and Ukrainian