film director, screenwriter and producer.
Victoria scriptdoctors the next forms:
Her working languages are :
Victoria's feature film "Brothers. The Last Confession" became the first Ukrainian film since Ukraine's independence that was selected for three Class "A" film festivals and have received two awards at one of them, not counting other festivals.
Victoria Trofimenko teaches directing at the Kyiv National University of Theater, Film and Television. Karpenko-Kary, in UFS (Film UA).
Founded in 2018 the educational professional laboratory Film Ave.
Currently she has three full-length film projects at the stage of development and fundraising.
Her feature film "Brothers. The final Confession" won two awards, the St. Gregory Award for Best Actress and the Russian Film Critics Award at Moscow International Film Festival, Best Screenplay Prize (Kinoshok International Film Festival), debut play (Romanian International Film Festival), Jury Prize (Baghdad International Film Festival) ...
As a screenwriter, she wrote the following scripts: "Downshifting", "Jacob", "Brothers. The final Confession", "Sex in the Soviet Union" - dir. Chad Gracia (USA) Her project DOWNSHIFTING (development period) became the first Ukrainian project to be selected for the "EKRAN +" program (Warsaw). Also, the project on the Holodomor "YAKIV" (development period) was the first and so far the only project from Ukraine that was selected for the program "eQuinoxe Europe" vol.21 (Germany).
As a guest tutor-expert, Victoria conducts various workshops and master classes in commercial and public educational institutions (Kyiv Institute of International Relations at Taras Shevchenko University, Molodist Film Festival, ISEC)
Victoria participates as a jury at international film festivals.
Member of the main competition of the international jury Molodist 2020
Member of the Fulbright (2019) American House Fellowship Selection Committee .
Member of the jury of the XXIV International Festival of Animated Films "KROK-2017: In the native harbour".
Expert of Ukrainian Cultural Fund
Victoria took a course in Robert McKee's "History in a Million" and a course in working as a script doctor with Claire Dobin.