For a limited time, Olympia is available for private virtual screenings, followed by a Q&A with director Harry Mavromichalis.
Not just your typical biography, Olympia is a relevant exploration of what it means to be an outsider and lays bare the struggle to find a sense of belonging and respect in a society the relentlessly regards you as "less than." At this precarious time in history, when conversations about equal opportunity and freedom are vital, a screening of Olympia can spark important discussions while it entertains.
Critically acclaimed and now up for Oscar contention, Olympia has screened at prestigious film festivals and in virtual theaters around the world. The film was recently featured in AARP’s Movies for Grownups Series, where 10,000 people tuned in to watch.
Bring Olympia’s message of hope and fearlessness into your community, and learn how her wit, wisdom, candor, vulnerability, resilience, and abundant love for humanity can be an inspiration for all.
"We were so fortunate to hear directly from Harry about the stories behind the film and Olympia's journey as a woman, daughter, mother, wife and actress. It was an inspirational reminder of the dynamic and constant balancing act women must take on."
Natasha Pande, Refinitiv Women's Employee Network
"If you are looking for a dose of inspiration, then look no further."
Ceri Wheeldon, Fab After Fifty
"Olympia is so wonderful and needs to be seen by every generation...to understand what this woman accomplished during a time when women's empowerment was simply a concept."
Anna Giannotis, Documentarian, Greek Heritage Society