With the full-scale russian invasion of Ukraine, twelve-year-old Mykyta together with his parents and younger brother, had to flee their home in Vuhledar, a small mining town in Donetsk Oblast. Having settled at a new place, they put all their strength into resuming the operation of their main family work, a club for children who are interested in robotics and programming.
While preparing for the main event, the World Robot Olympiad, Mykyta and his team partner Oleksii are going through a lot of trial and error. But despite everything, they actively move forward, proving that hard work towards your goal with a true passion for it can help you get through the most difficult times.
In 2018, Anastasiia Tykha graduated from the Karpenko-Karyi Kyiv National University of Theater, Cinema and Television, the Documentary Film Department. In 2018, Anastasiia became a fellow of the Gaude Polonia scholarship program of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland and joined the Doc.Pro documentary film department at the Wajda Film School in Warsaw.She has been working in the Ukrainian film industry as a script supervisor and 2nd AD. Since 2019, Anastasiia has been a program director of KINOKO, the first Ukrainian film festival of the art of cinematography. Anastasiia is a member of the Directors Guild of Ukraine. She is also a part of the Babylon'13 film collective.