Myroslav SLABOSHPYTSKYI is a Ukrainian film director and screenwriter. His debut short film "The Intsydent" has competed in 25 festivals in 17 countries. His second feature film "Diagnosis" has been nominated for Golden Bear. His latest short film "Deafness" is his second Berlinale outing that got him another Golden Bear nomination. In 2012, Myroslav won the Silver Leopard of the Locarno Film Festival's competition program "Pardi di domani" for his film "Nuclear Waste", which also has been nominated for an EFA Award in 2013. His latest work - full-length feature film "The Tribe" (2014) won the Nespresso Grand Prize for La Semaine de la Critique in 2014. During his career Mr. Slaboshpytskyi has worked at various Ukrainian film studios in Kyiv (such as the Dovzhenko Film Studio) and in St. Petersburg (such as the Lenfilm Studios). He also worked as a scriptwriter for numerous TV films; published a number of stories, one of which The Chornobyl Robinson won the prize of the All-Ukrainian Script Contest Coronation of the Word (2000). Mr. Slaboshpytskyi graduated from the filmmaking department of the Kyiv National I. K. Karpenko-Kary Theatre, Cinema and Television University.