Tetiana Symon is a Ukrainian director, an actor coach, a casting director, 1AD. She studied at Karpenko-Karyi Kyiv National University of Theatre, Cinema and Television, majoring in directing. In 2015 she made her debut short film TRASH. After that, she started to work as an actor coach and casting director with famous Ukrainian directors, such as Valentyn Vasyanovych, Roman Bondarchuk, Iryna Tsilyk and Maryna Er Gorbach. She specializes in working with non-professional actors in feature films. Tetiana is a member of the Ukrainian Film Academy.
F**CKING SENSITIVITY is full-length director’s debut of Tetyana.
Yasia is a journalist, who for the last 8 years has been writing about the development of civil society after the Revolution of Dignity. After her reportage on the veterans’ rehab, the respondent kills himself. She must admit to herself that it is difficult for her to continue working due to professional burnout, and an open relationship with her husband Arthur only further exhausts her. By researching the stories of people from the public and social sectors, Yasia decides to find out what helps these people to continue doing their work.