Stanislav Menzelevskyi Ph.D. student in Film Studies at the Media School (IU Bloomington). Got a BA, MA, and Ph.D. in Arts in Cultural Studies from the National University of “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy”. Former member of Editorial Board of Political Critique, Commons, and ProStory magazines. Сo-founder of Medusa independent publishing project. 2011-2022 - Head of Research and Programming Department at Dovzhenko Centre. (Co)Editor: Anthology of Ukrainian Film Criticism of the 1920s (7 volumes, Kyiv 2019-2021); VUFKU. Lost& Found (Kyiv, 2019); Mikhail Kaufman’s Ukrainian Dilogy (2018); Cinematographic Revision of the Donbas 2.0 (Kyiv, 2017); Ivan Kavaleridze Book (Kyiv, 2017); Chornobyl [IN]VISIBLE: Chronicles of Utopia and Catastrophe (Kyiv, 2017) Co-curator of VUFKU Lost&Found. The forgotten history of Ukrainian Hollywood exhibition (2019) Co-author of Atomopolis. Assembling Utopia (2016) and Lviv-Intervision (2018) compilation documentaries. 2013 - Carnegie visiting scholar at the Harriman Institute, Columbia University. 2019 - Fulbright visiting scholar at UC Berkeley University of California, Berkeley.