Olga Khoroshavina

Olga Khoroshavina



Olga Khoroshavina is a Russian film director, producer and screenwriter. She was born in St. Petersburg, Russia, in 1985. Growing up, she never wanted to go into film, but was drawn to the art form. After graduating from high school, she attended the Russian State Institute of Cinematography (VGIK) where she received a degree in film directing in 2009.

Khoroshavina's first short film, “The Space Between” (2009), premiered at the Cannes Film Festival and won several awards. She followed this success with her feature debut, “The Last Train” (2011), which was selected for the main competition at the Moscow International Film Festival. The film was a success, and it led to her hiring as a director for the television series “Seasons” (2012).

During her career, Khoroshavina has won numerous awards, including the Grand Prix at the Moscow International Film Festival for her short film “Wings” (2014). She was also nominated for three Golden Eagle Awards, including Best Director for “The Last Train” (2011).

Khoroshavina is also known for her work as a producer. She has produced several films, including “Kavkazskaya Plennitsa” (2015), “Invisible” (2016), and “The Sun. The Moon. The Wind.” (2017). In 2017, she was awarded the Silver Lion for Best Feature Film at the Venice Film Festival for her production of “Kavkazskaya Plennitsa”.

Khoroshavina is an accomplished director and producer. Her work often focuses on themes such as love, relationships, and the human condition. She is a strong advocate for female filmmakers and has been a role model for young women in the industry. Her films have been screened around the world and she continues to be an influential voice in the film industry.

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