Long Way North (French: Tout en haut du monde, lit. 'At the very top of the world') is a 2015 French-Danish animated film directed by Rémi Chayé. The film premiered at the Annecy International Animation Film Festival, where it won the Audience Award.
In 19th-century Saint Petersburg, a young girl named Sasha watches as her beloved grandfather – a noted explorer named Oloukine – departs upon a voyage to reach the North Pole on board the Davaï, a specially designed icebreaker built to withstand the harsh arctic conditions and paid for by the Tsar of Russia. After years without word from the vessel, the Tsar declares a reward of 1 million rubles for proof of the Davaï's final resting place, effectively declaring the vessel sunk with all hands.