Made refugees by the war in Ukraine, Olga and her granddaughter, Milana, travel to a summer mountaineering camp in the Austrian Alps where they test the limits of bravery and the bonds between them.

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Deadline, 12/14/2023

Mountain Seed Foundation Featured in “Camp Courage” Documentary and Deadline Article

Mountain Seed Foundation, a non-profit focused on “empowering families beyond war” is gaining recognition for its impactful work with Ukrainian refugees in the Netflix documentary “Camp Courage” and a recent article on Deadline.

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Ukrinform, 10/18/2023

The premiere of the film "Camp Courage" about a refugee from Mariupol took place in Vienna

As reported by the Ukrinform correspondent, the screening of the documentary, which has been available on the Netflix streaming platform since October 15, took place at the GRND restaurant in the presence of representatives of the Ukrainian community and diplomats.

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The Kid Stays in the Picture

This fall, Max is finishing up a 38-minute documentary called Camp Courage, about a Ukrainian woman in her sixties named Olga who accompanies her 13-year-old granddaughter, Milana, to a rock-climbing camp in the Austrian Alps after they were made refugees by the war.

‘Camp Courage’ Tells a Story of Bravery in the Shadow of the Russia-Ukraine War

The new doc short follows a young girl and her grandmother to a special summer camp in the Austrian Alps. 

'Camp Courage' to be Featured at the 19th Camden International Film Festival, Sept. 14-25

Made refugees by the war in Ukraine, Olga and her granddaughter, Milana, travel to a summer mountaineering camp in the Austrian Alps.

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Milana, Olga and Nathan have courageously opened their hearts to the world, shedding light on the fear and suffering Ukrainian children endure. Please take a moment to share your thoughts about Camp Courage with them and send some positivity their way!

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