Leva Ozolina

Leva Ozolina



Leva Ozolina is a Latvian film and television director. She started her career in the late 1970s, when she directed her first film, the comedy, “Stikla Pūķis” (Glass Dragon). She went on to direct several other films, including the drama “Apsolutā Miera Pils” (Absolute Peace Castle), and the thriller “Kūda” (Kuda).

In the 1990s, Leva began to focus more on television work. She directed several episodes of the popular Latvian series “Tēvijas Dēli” (Sons of the Fatherland). She also directed the miniseries “Dārziņi” (Gardens), and the feature film “Lāčplēsis” (The Bear Slayer).

In the 2000s, Leva made her mark in the television industry. She directed several episodes of the popular Latvian series “Kolonna” (Column), and the miniseries “Lāčplēsis un Viņa Brāļi” (The Bear Slayer and His Brothers). She also directed the feature film “Kurš Tevi Grib” (Who Wants You).

Leva has been an active member of the Latvian film industry for over 40 years. She has worked on a variety of projects, from feature films to television series. She is committed to creating quality entertainment, and her work has earned her many awards, including the Latvian National Film Award for Best Director in 2006.

Leva is also known for her advocacy work. She is a member of the European Women’s Audiovisual Network, and is a vocal supporter of women’s rights in the film industry. She is also a member of the Latvian Filmmakers’ Union, and is a strong advocate for the rights of filmmakers in Latvia.

Leva Ozolina is one of the most respected directors in the Latvian film industry. She has made a lasting impact on the industry, and her work is highly regarded both in Latvia and abroad. Her passion, hard work, and dedication to her craft have earned her a place among the greats of Latvian cinema.

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