My Uncle Tudor
After twenty years of silence, the filmmaker returns to her great-grandparents’ house, where, at the age of nine, her uncle sexually abused her. The long-awaited family gathering contrasts with the filmmaker's off-screen conversation with her uncle about the harmful events from her childhood.
Olga Lucovnicova is a Moldovan filmmaker based in Belgium. She studied cinematography at the Academy of Music, Theater and Fine Arts of Moldova, and documentary film directing at the DocNomads Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Program. As a filmmaker, Olga is particularly interested in stories which can generate social change and create a platform for discussion. Her filming style combines observational cinema with poetic elements where the key factors are human emotions and feelings. Her aim is to bring people closer through sincerity, empathy and compassion.