Olympic Dreams

Olympic Dreams Live Chat

with director Jeremy Teicher '10, Sydney Stowe and Johanna Evans
April 07, 2020

This event occurred as part of the 19/20 Hop@Home season. This is an archived view.

Our weekly watch-and-chat series debuts with a charming comedy-drama by Dartmouth talent, and a live chat with director Jeremy Teicher '10!


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Welcome to #SmallScreenFun: A flick a week from the heart of Hop Film with a virtual gathering to follow. Tuesday nights in a living room near you (really near you)!

Here's how it works

  1. Watch Olympic Dreams on your own this weekend! Available online through Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, Google Play, YouTube and a variety of other platforms.

  2. Tune in for a live conversation with filmmaker Jeremy Teicher '10 and Hop movie mavens Syd Stowe and Johanna Evans. This will be a Facebook Live event, and we'll be taking questions from the chat.

    Jeremy will discuss the behind-the-scenes hijinks filming in the Olympic Village and his thoughts on working in Hollywood today, and you can share your questions/comments through the live chat!

    Join us on Facebook Live: Tuesday, April 7 at 8 pm
    You do not need to have a Facebook account to watch this discussion. Just click on the icon below just before 8 pm and you will be taken to the event. See you soon!

About Olympic Dreams

Director Jeremy Teicher '10 joins forces with writer/athlete/actress Alexi Pappas '12 and comedian Nick Kroll for this charming dramedy about physical strength and emotional vulnerability, shot during the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang. The first scripted film ever given permission to shoot within an actual Olympic Village features cameos by several notable Olympians from around the world, all trying to gear themselves up and unwind after they go for the gold. D: Jeremy Teicher, US, 2019, 1h23m 

About Jeremy Teicher '10

Jeremy is a director, writer and producer whose work blends fiction with reality. His third feature film, Olympic Dreams, wowed audiences at its SXSW premiere—but his biggest fans by far are right here at the Hop! His previous two films, Tracktown (also starring Alexi Pappas '12) and Tall as the Baobab Tree were both critically and popularly acclaimed and earned him a place in Filmmaker Magazine's 25 New Faces of Independent Film

“The pic is visually exciting and has a palpably organic quality that translates well to the screen … A refreshing and confident piece of work.”

—The Hollywood Reporter

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