I (Don’t) Blame. Trump

  • Director

    Igor Parfenov

  • Country, Year, Length

    Ukraine, 2023, 30:00

  • Category

    Narrative Short

  • Format


  • Festival Year


Film Screening & Ticket Information

When & Where to See this Film!

W.T.F:(W)HAT (T)HE (F)ILM, R RATED: 5 films that you did not see coming.

April 26, 2024 @ 10:30PM • Kaufman Astoria Studios – Zukor Theatre


Steal a child and force his mother, a former professional athlete, to slander Donald Trump for sexual assault. Then kill her, raising the degree of scandal. This was the plan of the conspirators, who hunted the President.


Igor Parfenov, Director
Ellen Slusarchi, Writer
Igor Parfenov, Producer
Igor Parfenov, Key Cast
Lev Parfenov, Key Cast
Ellen Slusarchi, Key Cast
Boni Prochazka, Key Cast
Alexa Slusarchi, Key Cast

Director Biography

Igor Parfenov is Head and Founder of STEPS IFF, annual festival on Human Rights, Animal Rights and Environmental protection; director and producer of feature, documentary and short films.
Igor was born on March 8th, 1962. Since school he has been fond of philosophy and reading, has always had concern for animal welfare.
Igor received his M.S. from Kharkiv Physical Training Institute, Ukraine, and he is a master of sports in Judo. Apart from being a professional sportsman, Igor is also keen on extreme tourism. He has travelled around Altai, run mountain rivers in a raft.
Since 1997 Igor has been actively promoting human and animal rights along with environmental protection as President of “Steps” Centre named after Leo Tolstoy. He has organized over 200 different events to support initiation of acts on human and animal rights in Ukraine.
In 2000 Igor was nominated “Environmentalist of the year” and awarded “Man of the year – Man of the millennium”.
In 2004 he started directing films aimed at promoting animal welfare, environmental protection and human rights defense, as well as films of spiritual and philosophical orientation.
Since 2011 Igor Parfenov is a member of Filmmakers’ Union of Ukraine.


Feature films:
“Insanity. Challenge and Fight” (2004)
“When Gods Sleep” (2006)
“The Crucified” (2008,
“Confession of the Devil” (2009)
“A farewell to bullfight” (2010)
“A Cry in the Silence”, (2012)
“Once upon a time in Ukraine. Revolution” (2015)
“Under the Sun” (2016)
“Once upon a time in Ukraine. The War”(2016)
“The Wild” (2018)
“After the revolution” (2018)
“Crimean History X” (2019)
“Maidan” (2020)
“Once upon a time in Cannes” (2020)
“Manifesto” (2021)
“Nonconformity” (2021)
“The Road to Calvary” (2022)

Short films:
“The place where the horses cry” (2007)
“The last duel” (2010)
“7 billions” (2011)
“Human Zoo” (2011)
“Weeping” (2015)
“Death in Notre Dame” (2016)
“On the Scales” (2016)
“A Human Death” (2017)
“Lynch court” (2019)
“Punishment” (2019)
“Mother” (2019)
“Slavery” (2019)
“Nervous Breakdown” (2020)
“Volodya” (2020)
“Outcast” (2020)
“Drama” (2021)
“Joke” (2021)
“The Abyss” (2021)
“Valentine’s Day” (2021)
“The Dependents” (2021)
“Groan of the Earth” (2021)
“Scaffold” (2021)
“Ukraine in Fire” (2022)

“Bull’s Soul” (2007)
“Arena’s poison” (2010).