The Kyiv Post reports that Hollywood has discovered Ukraine is a good place to work in.
American screenwriter Billy Frolick, whose biggest project so far was the script for the acclaimed cartoon “Madagascar,” is having the next animation based on his screenplay made in Ukraine.
... [T]he music for the film will be written by Ukrainian composers and the background symphonic parts will be recorded in Kyiv.
... Frolick [finds]that work in the American studio system is difficult, as it’s hard for authors to retain their vision, and he sees more possibilities for him to avoid this by working in Ukraine. Somehow his words bring to memory the times when the pioneers of American cinema fled from New York to California, to have more freedom doing what they want. So is Ukraine becoming New Hollywood?
Message to Ukraine: Careful what you wish for...