Luxembourg (working title)

by Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy


A neo-noir space odyssey taking place in the Chernobyl exclusion Zone.




Ukraine, Germany, France, Norway – In Development

produced by

Ukraine (Garmata), Germany (Tandem), France (Alpha Violet production), Norway (DuoFilm)

Awards - Development

LUXEMBOURG has received the Arte International Award at Cinemart 2015 as well as the Sundance Global Filmmaker award.

Filmmaker's biography

Born in 1974, in Kiev (Ukraine) Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy graduated from the filmmaking department of the Kiev State Institute of Theatre and Arts, named after I. K. Karpenko-Kariy, majoring in feature film directing.

He has worked at film studios in Kiev (the Dovzhenko Film Studio) and in St. Petersburg (the Lenfilm Studios). His second film “DIAGNOSIS” has been nominated for Golden Bear. His next short film “DEAFNESS” is his second Berlinale outing and also got a Golden Bear nomination.

In the autumn of 2010, he received a grant for development of his first full-length feature film “THE TRIBE“ from the Hubert Bals Fund of Rotterdam Film Festival.

In 2012, he won the Silver Leopard of the Locarno Film Festival’s competition program “Pardi di domani” for “Nuclear Waste”.

In 2013, «Nuclear Waste” was nominated for EFA Award. Member of EFA, since 2013.

In 2014, “The Tribe” was part of the Semaine de la Critique Official Competition. The film received the 3 main awards: Grand Prix, France 4 Visionnary Award and the Gan Foundation award. “The Tribe” received more than 40 main Awards for Best Film or Best Filmmaker among which the London BFI award for Best First Feature Award- Sutherland Award and Young Jury Award, the AFI Fest Visionary Award and Special Jury Prize, the European Film Academy – European Discovery Prix Fipresci, the Russian NIKA Award for Best feature…




1995  The Guard (diploma short)

2006  The Incident (short)

2009  Diagnosis(short)

2010  Deafness (short)

2012  Nuclear waste (short)

2014  The Tribe (1st feature length)