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Delirium (2013 film)

Theatrical release poster
Directed by Ihor Podolchak
Produced by Ihor Podolchak
Ihor Dyurych
Tamara Podolchak
Liliya Mlynarych
Written by Ihor Podolchak
Starring Volodymyr Khimyak
Lesya Voynevych
Petro Rybka
Music by Alexander Shchetynsky
Cinematography Mykola Yefymenko
Edited by Ihor Podolchak
MF Films
Podolchak Films
Paulus von Lemberg
Distributed by Ihor Podolchak
Release dates
Running time
96/100 minutes
Country Ukraine
Language Ukrainian
Budget 850,000 [1]

Delirium is a 2013 Ukrainian film produced and directed by Ihor Podolchak, premiered in Director’s Week Competition in Fantasporto (Portugal, 2013),[2] awarded with the "First Prize"[3] at Baghdad International Film Festival (2013).

Delirium is the second Podolchak feature film. The screenplay is based on the novel Inductor by Ukrainian writer Dmytro Belyansky.


A family asks a young psychiatrist to be their guest for a while and help look after their father who’s developed a suicidal fixation for ropes and knots among other things. It is also entirely possible that the mental health of the guest that is the real cause for concern.


Ihor Podolchak, Mykola Yefymenko (DOP) and Lesya Voynevych (Mother) at the movie set. 2008
  • Volodymyr Khimyak as Guest, Psychiatrist
  • Lesya Voynevych as Mother
  • Petro Rybka as Father, Professor
  • Olha Horbach as Daughter
  • Olha Bakus as Maid
  • Vasyl Kostenko as Son, Son in Law
  • Ivan Kostenko as Priest

Award and Nominations


  • 2013 - First Prize,[4] Baghdad International Film Festival, Iraq.


  • 2013 - Best Director Award.[5] Fantasporo, 33rd Oporto International Film Festival. Porto, Portugal
  • 2013 - National Ukrainian Film Award”.[6] Odessa International Film Festival. Ukraine
  • 2013 - Grand-Prix.[7] Zerkalo, Tarkovsky International Film Festival. Ples, Russia
  • 2013 - Prize. Tirana International Film Festival. Albania

Literature and sources

External video
Trailer #1 (Ukrainian)(English)
Trailer #2 (Ukrainian)(English)
  • International Film Guide 2010: the definitive annual review of world cinema, edited by Haydn Smith. 46th Edition. London & New York: Wallflower Press, 2010, p. 298 ISBN 978-1-906660-38-3
  • Nogueira, C. Fantasporto 2013 - dia 4, O Cinéfilo Invertebrado 05.03.201. Retrieved March 22, 2013
  • «В Португалии состоится мировая премьера украинского фильма «Delirium», 20хвилин, 20 лютого, 2013. Retrieved March 7, 2013
  • «Игорь Подольчак: „Я хотел сделать фильм-бред“», [1]. Retrieved July 18, 2012 (Russian)
  • Белянский, Д. Игорь Подольчак. Зеркало для Я, Art Ukraine, 5(24) вересень-жовтень. Retrieved July 18, 2012 (Russian)
  • Институт Горшенина. .Мировая премьера украинского фильма DELIRIUM, 27 лютого 2013. Retrieved March 7, 2013 (Russian)
  • Олтаржевська, Л. .У мене зараз інші пензлики Україна молода, № 030 за 26.02.2013. Retrieved March, 2013 (Ukrainian)
  • Підгороа-Ґвяздовский, Я. Художник і режисер Ігор Подольчак: «Свій новий фільм знімаю лише за власні гроші» «Дзеркало тижня», № 37 (765) 3 — 9 жовтня 2009. Retrieved July 18, 2012 (Ukrainian)
  • Підгора-Ґвяздовський, Я. Фільтр для марень, Український тиждень. 1 жовтня, 2010. Retrieved July 18, 2012 (Ukrainian)
  • Підгора-Ґвяздовський, Я. Таблетка деліріуму, Що. 1-2, январь-февраль, 2012, стор. 22-31. Retrieved July 18, 2012 (Ukrainian)
  • Філатов, А. ."Своїм фільмом "Delirium" хочу роздратувати глядача" - режисер Ігор Подольчак, 22.02.2013. Retrieved March 7, 2013 (Ukrainian)

External links

External audio


  1. ^ Podolchak's Interview, YouTube. Retrieved March 7, 2013 (Russian)
  2. ^ Fantasporto 2013 Director's Week Competition, IMDb. Retrieved March 6, 2013
  3. ^ Baghdad International Film Festival
  4. ^ Baghdad International Film Festival
  5. ^ Fantasporto 2013 Director's Week Competition, IMDb.
  6. ^ Odessa International Film Festival. Retrieved 29 czerwca, 2013
  7. ^ Zerkalo, Tarkovsky International Film Festival. Retrieved 29 czerwca, 2013
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