Short film „Mausoleum” had a nice triumph at Aalto University

Short film „Mausoleum” was performed as Lauri Randla’s film directing MA graduation work in Aalto University Helsinki at 10.12.2015 amongst other student works and had a nice triumph. 

In addition of the film director and scriptwriter Lauri Randla, leading actor Victor Kotovicz Lanberg, DOP Peter Salovaara, editor Leo Pauli Liesvirta, sound designer Jorma Kaulanen and producer Peeter Urbla participated at the event. 

Exitfilm feature documentary "Rough Stage" at IDFA 2015 competition

"Rough Stage", a feature documentary by Toomas Järvet was selected to IDFA First Appearance competition program.

Maher, a Palestinian man, a former political prisoner. He is an electrical engineer by profession but an artist at heart. He dreams of staging a contemporary dance performance in Ramallah. In order to do so, he must deal with his disapproving family, tight budgets and cultural norms. Set in today’s most contested location, Maher’s story is a parable about a society in conflict, where the real war is between dreams and traditions.

Edina Csüllög's "The Butterfly Man"

„The Butterfly Man“ by Edina Csüllög was premiered theatrically at 09.10.2015 in Solaris multiplex with 3 other short films of young directors - Leeni Linna „Tiibadeta piloot“, Helen Takkin “Elo“, Carlos E. Lesmes „Äralend“ -  as one programme consisting of four short films named „Lennud unes või ilmsi“ (Flights in Dreams or in Reality). The programme was exposed in several theatres around Estonia during one week.

Trailer to the short film cassette:

Annaleena Piel Linna's „Dora Gordine Ars Gratia Artis“

The work on international version of the documentary „Dora Gordine Ars Gratia Artis“ by Annaleena Piel Linna was commenced on 12.08.2015, when it was exposed for audience in Estonian Filmmakers Association theatre.

The international version is 56' and concentrates more on internationally understandable themes and has several cuts in local items.

"The Gull Theorem" is been noticed in Estonia

"The Gull Theorem" was chosen the best documentary in 2014 by Estonian Cultural Endowment Fund. The 90 year old institution has been supporting art and culture for many decades. On 5th of February in 2015, on its anniversary, Estonian Cultural Endowment Fund handed over the 2014 annual prizes. Amongst the respected colleagues Joosep Matjus, the director of "The Gull Theorem" was given the best documentary prize of 2014.

Butterfly Man in production

Edina Csüllög's short film "Butterfly Man" shooting started on 24. October 2014. DoP - Jarmo Kiuru; Production Designers - Vassilissa Danavir, Killu Mägi, Piret Ühtegi; Producers - Kristo Jürmann, Peeter Urbla; Cast - Nero Urke, Raimo Aas, Toomas Suumann, Pille Neeve. The film will be premiered in the beginning of 2015.

"Living Images" was screened in Sweden

Hardi Volmer's "Living Images" was screened at Stockholm's Zita cinema during Baltic Film Days on the 9th of April 2014. Audience had a chance to meet the director in person.

The film was premiered at an A-class Shanghai International Film Festival and after that has had screenings at different festivals in Lithuania, Russia, Georgia, Finland, Canada and India.

More information (in Estonian):


Kristo Viidingu filmid “Amontillado” ja “Gracias a la vida” linastuvad kinos Artis

5. oktoobrist on võimalik kinos ARTIS vaadata Kristo Viidingu filme:

AMONTILLADO on adaptsioon Edgar Allan Poe klassikalisest kättemaksuloost „Vaat Amontillado’t“ vaadatuna läbi Eestis hiljuti aset leidnud sündmuste, saab sellest brutaalsest fantaasiast üks võimalikke versioone kahe vastandliku maailmavaatega mehe taaskohtumisest, lubades neil hiilata kogu oma majesteetlikus elegantsis. Osades Arvo Kukumägi ja Indrek Taalmaa.


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