New Directors Competition
2013. Exiled in Switzerland, Olga, a talented and passionate 15-year-old Ukrainian gymnast, is trying to make her place at the National Sports Centre. But the revolt of Euromaïdan breaks out in Kiev, suddenly involving her relatives. While the young girl has to adapt to her new country and prepare for the European Championships, the Ukrainian revolution enters her life and will shake everything up.
Winner of the The SACD Award for best new authors at the Critics` Week at Cannes Film Festival.
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Elie Grappe, Raphaëlle Desplechin
Jürg Lempen, Sergiy Stepansky, Tristan Pontécaille
Pascal Baillods, Karina Baleyan, Ivan Niclass
Anastasia Budiashkina, Sabrina Rubtsova, Caterina Barloggio, Thea Brogli, Tanya Mikhina, Jérôme Martin
Jean-Marc Fröhle, Tom Dercourt
Cinéma Defacto, Point Prod
Born in Lyon, France, in 1994. He studied classical music at the Lyon National Conservatory for ten years, before studying cinema at the Ecole Cantonale d’Art de Lausanne. Grappe directed the short films Répétition (2014) and Suspendu (2015), and was the casting director and acting coach for Blaise Harrison’s film, Particles (2019). Olga is his first feature film.