Olga Korotkaya

was born in Moscow in 1988. In 2011, she graduated from VGIK (filmmaking workshop of Aleksei Uchitel). In the same year, she won grant of Polish Ministry of Culture "Gaude Polonia" allowing to live and study in Poland. In 2012, she graduated from Andrzej Wajda Film School, documentary filmmaking course. She took part in the international young filmmakers exchange with London Film School NFTS, where she filmed Make Tea (2008-2009). She also took part in many European pitchings and workshops, including Dragon Forum (Poland), Baltic Sea Forum (Latvia), Leipzig Co-production meetings (Germany), Black Sea Docstories (Georgia, Romania, Netherlands), IDFAcademy (Netherlands), Interaction Camp (Serbia), East Doc Platform (Czech Republic), etc.


By Your Side, 2008; Make Tea, 2009; Volunteer, 2010; My Lips, Your Nose, 2012; Breath of Water, 2014; Mother, My Word, 2016; Sing, 2017.
Special Jury Mention for Critical Analysis of Gender Stereotypes

Sing (12+)

Russia, Poland , 2017, colour, 53 min.
Director: Olga Korotkaya
There is a place on Earth where people sing in their own, magical way. Tuvin “khoomei” is the most famous overtone singing in the world. But Tuvins believe only men should sing. The main female character of the film tries to change this tradition – she wants to encourage girls, to help them overcome their fear and teach them singing.

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