The Igor Iankovskyi Foundation and Monegasque Association Helping Hand together with the Ukrainian State Film Agency have been organising and conducting business lunches for Ukrainian and foreign cinema producers — Meet Ukrainian Producers! — at the Cannes Film Festival for already four years in a row. Presentation of new Ukrainian film projects in 360 panoramic restaurant of Radisson Blu Hotel Cannes has attracted more than 100 film industry professionals from all over the world.
From 5 April till 10 April 2019 Igor Iankovskyi Foundation and State Film Agency in cooperation with the Ukrainian Embassy in France held «Nouvelle vague du cinéma Ukrainiеn» (New Wave of Ukrainian Cinema) film festival in Paris.
On September 7, for the first time the Igor Iankovskyi Foundation and the Monegasque Association Helping Hand together with the Ukrainian State Film Agency organized and held the industrial  breakfast under the slogan «Ukraine Is Your Destination» at the 43rd Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF 2018), the largest in North America, in Canada. The event, which entered the official program of industrial section of the film festival, has gathered more than 50 Ukrainian and foreign producers and professionals of the film industry. The presentation of new Ukrainian cinema projects took place in the state-of-the-art facility of the TIFF Bell Lightbox in thecenter of Toronto, built specifically for holding this film festival.
For the third year in a row at the Cannes Film Festival, Igor Iankovskyi Foundation «Initiative for the Future» and Monegasque Association Helping Hand together with the Ukrainian State Film Agency organize and host a business lunch for Ukrainian and foreign cinema producers «Meet Ukrainian Producers» Presentation of new Ukrainian cinema projects at the Radisson Blue Cannes Hotel has attracted more than 90 professionals in the film industry.
 On November 29, 2017 Ukrainian State Film Agency, Igor Iankovskyi Foundation, and “Initiative for the Future” NGO introduced Ukrainian film at Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival (PÖFF), International Film Festival.
At the contest program of the jubilee of the 70th International Film Festival in Locarno (Switzerland), two Ukrainian films participated at once: Pavel Ostrikov's short film "Vypusk '97" and the Ukrainian-Italian film directed by Andrea Magnani "Easy". And both of these films received awards at one of the most prestigious film festivals in the world.
At the 52nd Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, which has ended in Czech Republic, a film by Petro Bebyak “The Line” (producers Andriy Yermak and Wanda Adamik Hrycova) of Ukraine and Slovakia, presented in the main contest, has been awarded by Crystal Globe for the best director’s job. This is the first award of the kind for Ukrainian cinema-makers in many years. Amid Slovak actors, renowned Ukrainian masters of the stage – Rimma Ziubina, Stanislav Boklan and Oleksandr Piskunov have played in the film.
On the 21st of May 2017, Igor Iankovskyi Foundation, NGO “Initiative for the Future” and Helping Hand Monegasque Association jointly with Ukrainian State Film Agency have conducted a business-lunch event «Meet Ukrainian producers!» for cinema industry professionals, for the second year in a row. The event generated great interest among cinema-makers, having gathered more than 80 international and Ukrainian cinema industry representatives at the panorama hall of the «Le 360» restaurant (Radisson Blu Cannes Hotel).
From May 17 to 28, 2017 in France, at the anniversary Cannes Film Festival the Ukraine will be represented by its own pavilion at the professional area – at Film Market Marche du Film. Organizers of this year's pavilion by the Ukrainian State Film Agency, KIFF "Molodist", Ukrainian Cinema Association, Film Industry Association of Ukraine, Association of Producers of the Ukraine and Igor Iankovskyi Ukrainian Charity Foundation "Initiative for the Future".
On Sunday, the 6th of November 2016, the main cinema theater of Budapest – «Uránia National Film Theatre» accommodated the solemn opening ceremony - the “Days of Ukrainian Cinema” in Budapest, in order to celebrate the prominent date, the 25th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Ukraine and Hungary. This cultural event has been organized by Ukrainian State Film Agency, Igor Iankovskyi Foundation and NGO “Initiative for the Future” with the support of Ukrainian embassy in Budapest. The “Days of Ukrainian Cinema” have been presented by Igor Iankovskyi, founder of the Charity Foundation and NGO “Initiative for the Future”, along with the Head of Ukrainian State Film Agency, Pylyp Illienko, Ambassador of Ukraine in Hungary Liubov Nepop and Taras Tkachenko, director of the opening movie “The Turtledove’s Nest”. Minister of Culture of Ukraine, Yevhen Nyschuk, had also addressed to the audience through the greeting letter. Albeit the fact, that the biggest Hungary’s cinema theatre - «Uránia National Film Theatre» had been chosen for the event, it drew the capacity audience. The premiere of the best Ukrainian movie according to the Odessa Film Festival has gathered more than 500 spectators, so that supplementary chairs have been installed in the passages. Despite the grievous theme, nobody left the auditorium. Some few hundreds of spectators despite the late hour have left for the scheduled questions/answers session to the movie’s director and Ukrainian State Film Agency’s Head. “This event has proven once more that Ukraine has its reasons to be proud. I am very glad that Ukrainian movie has reunited so much Hungarian spectators. That is our goal all along – to make Ukraine recognizable not only through political news about war and struggle with corruption, but also through cultural message, arts, and the achievements of our talented people. That’s why we will pursue the recognition of our country through the cultural diplomacy”, - noted the founder of the Charity Foundation and NGO “Initiative for the Future”, Igor Iankovskyi. Among the movies to be presented to the Hungarian spectators are modern films created last year: “The Turtledove’s Nest” (by Taras Tkachenko); “Now, I'm Gonna Love You” (by Roman Chyrman); “My Grandmother Fanny Kaplan” (by Olena Demyanenko); “Ukrainian Sheriffs” (by Roman Bondarchuk), an outstanding documentary that will be competing for “Oscar” American Cinema Academy Award, and renovated chef-d’oeuvre by Yury Illienko “The White Bird with Black Mark”. All the movies will be presented by their directors, that came to Budapest with the support of Igor Iankovskyi. “Ukrainian cinema is on the rise now. It happens including due to the State support of the national cinema, made despite the war in the East and tough economic conditions. Furthermore, it is planned to enlarge the financial support to the national cinema, which means more new and exciting Ukrainian movies”, - has underlined the Head of Ukrainian State Film Agency, Pylyp Illienko, who will personally present his father’s movie “The White Bird with Black Mark” to the Hungarian public this week. After the projection and live conversation with the director of “The Turtledove’s Nest” and the Head of Ukrainian State Film Agency, Pylyp Illienko, who answered lots of questions, the spectators were invited to attend the reception honoring Ukrainian cinema. There, the directors and guests could pursue the conversation about the further development of national cinema and cooperation with European colleagues in the informal setting, aiming at opening the new markets for Ukrainian cinema and getting the new possibilities for directors to fulfill their projects.